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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. Who is Leona, the girl with the alligator tail?
(a) A performer in a rival circus.
(b) Oly's imaginary friend.
(c) A Binewski child who died.
(d) Arty's love interest.
2. How does Chick react to the task that Arty makes him perform?
(a) He laughs.
(b) He vomits.
(c) He ignores it.
(d) He cries.
3. Who does Iphy announce that she wishes to marry someday?
4. What does Arty ask Chick to make for him, knowing that it will be a difficult task for Chick to complete?
(a) A sculpture honoring Arty's superiority.
(b) A roast beef sandwich.
(c) A hand-sewn circus tent.
(d) An origami hat.
5. How do the Binewski children interact with each other?
(a) They are enemies.
(b) They view each other as co-workers only.
(c) They are too busy to spend time together.
(d) They are close friends.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Oly work as an adult?
2. What body part is Zephr McGurk missing?
3. Even though Oly spends most of her adulthood in hiding, what does she do spontaneously that seems out of character?
4. Who comes with Al to remove the children from the hospital?
5. What does Oly keep in the chest hidden in her apartment?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is the twins' sick horse healed?
2. Why does Al choose to keep the children separate from the rest of the town folk?
3. What happens when Arty asks Chick to make him a roast beef sandwich?
4. How does Arty begin drawing larger crowds to his shows?
5. What happens when the children hide out in a cherry tree?
6. What is the unusual offer that Miranda been approached about, and how does she react?
7. What happens when the children are brought to the hospital?
8. Why does Oly visit Miranda in her apartment?
9. What is Arturism?
10. What happens between Arty and Chick when Oly sneaks off to listen to a story, leaving Chick unsupervised?
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