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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. When Dunstan does not respond to Liesl's advances, what does Liesl beat him with?
(a) A bat.
(b) A lamp.
(c) His wooden leg.
(d) His cane.
2. Who introduces Eisengrim to Boy?
3. On the Opera stages of Europe, what kind of voice usually plays the odd man out?
(a) Any voice will work.
4. When Dunstan does not get the job as the new Headmaster, he insists on a paid leave of absence to go where?
(a) South America.
(d) Latin America.
5. Who is Orpheus Wettenhall?
(a) Miss Shanklin's housekeeper.
(b) Miss Shanklin's lover.
(c) Miss Shanklin's lawyer.
(d) Miss Shanklin's husband.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens after Liesl explains the role of the Fifth Business?
2. When Paul thanks Dunstan for the temporary loan, what is he referring to?
3. What does Dunstan find in a local cathedral in Salzburg?
4. When Dunstan visits Mary Dempster, after his return from Europe, what is she wearing each time he comes?
5. When Dunston arrives home after refusing to kiss Leola and calls the Staunton household, who answers the phone?
Short Essay Questions
1. After Dunstan moves Mrs. Dempster to a private hospital, what is the major error he commits?
2. Why does Padre Blazon suggest that Dunstan put aside his guilt over Mary Dempster?
3. How is Boy's second wife described in the book?
4. What is unique about the magic show that Dunstan goes to see in Mexico?
5. When it becomes evident to Dunstan that Paul does not want him back stage, what does he do?
6. Why is Dunstan deemed unacceptable to be Headmaster at the school by the Board?
7. Why does Mary Dempster meet Dunstan when he visits her with her coat and jacket on?
8. Why is Leola a failure as a wife in Boy's eyes?
9. Why, at Leona's funeral, does Dunstan feel ashamed after speaking with Milo Papple?
10. What is Boy Staunton's association with the Crown Prince?
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