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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In what country is Dunstable stationed at the Front?
2. What does Mrs. Dempster do to bring Willie back to life?
(b) Breathes on him and calls his name.
(c) Prays over him.
(d) Prays and calls out his name.
3. During his college years, who is Percy Staunton's role model?
(a) The King of France.
(b) The Prince of England.
(c) The Prince of Wales.
(d) The King of England.
4. Who is the leader of the circus Paul belongs to?
(a) Le Sollom.
(b) Le Solitaire.
(c) Le Solariam.
(d) Le Soliere.
5. What type of damage did the snowball cause to the person it hit?
(a) Permanent vision damage.
(b) Permanent brain damage.
(c) Permanent hearing damage.
(d) Permanent mobility damage.
Short Answer Questions
1. What church do Percy and Leola join that estranges Leola from her parents?
2. Who cuts Dunstan's hair at the barbershop after his return to the village?
3. What does Dunstan tour in Europe?
4. What is the name for someone who is a know it all?
5. What were Percy and the narrator doing in the snow at the beginning of the story?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Dunstan feel he can never love Diana?
2. What hampers Dunny from learning magic tricks?
3. Although Dunstan's family is not rich, why do they hold a position of privilege in the town?
4. Boy gives stock tips to Dunstan that help him increase his wealth, but also cause Dunstan to feel what emotions towards Boy?
5. Why is Dunstan unwilling to marry any woman?
6. Why do the villagers decide that Mrs. Dempster is "simple?"
7. Why do the villagers judge Mrs. Dempster as lacking?
8. What is Boy's logic in thinking that he is not cheating on his fiancee, as told to Dunstan?
9. Why does the narrator recall the date the story begins so clearly?
10. Why do the Dempster's always take their stroll around town during the dinner hour?
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