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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. What does the person who calls the Paper Street house and questions the narrator tell him?
(a) The police have some leads on what happened to his apartment.
(b) He needs to come to the precinct.
(c) He is needed to identify a suspect.
(d) Not to leave town.
2. What does the narrator listen to Tyler recount while he is being held captive by Tyler?
(a) How Fight Club was all his idea.
(b) His desire to return to the way things were.
(c) His life story.
(d) How they will be historically famous.
3. What is Marla doing in the narrator's mind during the support meeting?
(c) Smoking a cigarette.
(d) Eating an apple.
4. Which member of the brain parasites support group does the narrator learn has died?
(c) No one.
5. What does the narrator do to cheer Marla up about the lump he found on her breast?
(a) Calls her family.
(b) Tells her funny stories.
(c) Takes her to the hospital.
(d) Gives her money to get treatment.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did security find in the narrator's bag?
2. How did Tyler alert the hostess about what he did to her bottle of perfume?
3. What is the narrator's job title?
4. What are the people on the floors below Tyler and the narrator doing?
5. What did Marla tell the narrator was her reason for not wanting to go to the support group meeting?
Short Essay Questions
1. When the narrator confronts Marla about being a "tourist" at the support groups, how does Marla respond?
2. Why does the narrator take delight in thinking of himself and Tyler as "dinner party saboteurs"?
3. What is the meaning of a single-serving life that the narrator refers to as his own?
4. Why does Tyler urinate into the soup at the banquet for dignitaries?
5. How is Tyler's soap production another rebellion against society, specifically, women?
6. What was Tyler's first civil disobedience act that the narrator recalls while in the stopped elevator?
7. What does the narrator notice on Marla's body besides the lump on her breast?
8. Why does the narrator frequent support group meetings to rid himself of insomnia?
9. Why can't the narrator cry when Marla is at the same support groups as him?
10. Why does the narrator take delight in the demise of Chloe, a brain parasites support group regular?
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