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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. Boy Staunton left on a walk during the Christmas season of 1936. When was he found?
(a) The next day.
(b) After the New Year.
(c) After Christmas.
(d) He was never found.
2. What school does David go to when he is twelve years old?
(a) University College.
(b) Colborne College.
(c) Colgate School University.
(d) Public School.
3. Who asks Dunstan to write the official autobiography of Boy's life?
4. When does Boy return for good from his war efforts in Europe?
5. How does Orpheus Wettenhall die?
(a) He commits suicide.
(b) He gets murdered.
(c) He gets run over by a car.
(d) He doesn't die.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Eisengrim say was his first magic teacher?
2. What is the name of the woman Boy Staunton marries after the death of his first wife?
3. When Paul thanks Dunstan for the temporary loan, what is he referring to?
4. When Boy humiliates Leola at dinner with Dunstan, what story does Dunstan tell Boy?
5. Dunstan's priest friend from Europe sends what to Dunstan, asking if he has found the importance of Mary Dempster in his life?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Boy Staunton make a fortune during the Depression?
2. Why does Dunstan feel that Boy is using him in his entourage?
3. What does Dunstan think is suspicious about the way Leola died?
4. What does Boy do when he is appointed Minister of Food in the Cabinet?
5. After Dunstan moves Mrs. Dempster to a private hospital, what is the major error he commits?
6. What is unique about the magic show that Dunstan goes to see in Mexico?
7. Why does Padre Blazon suggest that Dunstan put aside his guilt over Mary Dempster?
8. What happens to the young men that Boy takes under his wing in his company as prodigies?
9. When Dunstan is in the shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe, what is he pondering?
10. What causes Boy to take a walk by himself during the Christmas season of 1936?
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