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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 color does Curtis say hummingbirds are particularly attracted to?
2. What does Andy credit with keeping him "level" in Chapter 20?
(a) Building model planes.
(b) Spending time with friends.
(c) Reading classic literature.
3. What does Elvissa do for a living?
(a) She is a waitress.
(b) She is a stripper.
(c) She is a pharmacist.
(d) No one is sure.
4. What building does Dag point out to Andy in Chapter 16?
(a) A Cold War museum.
(b) The Institute for the Blind.
(c) The state prison.
(d) A psychiatric institute.
5. In Chapter 23 when Andy wakes up in the early morning and sees his friends asleep around him, how does he feel?
(a) So happy he could die.
(b) Protected by their presence.
(d) Depressed and lonely.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Claire's brother's name?
2. What does Mr. MacArthur tell a joke about in Chapter 20?
3. Who picks Andy up from the airport in Chapter 24?
4. Who does Claire say radiation has even more endurance than?
5. What does Andy say his memory of life on Earth is?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the significance of the title of the story Elvissa tells, "The Boy with the Hummingbird Eyes"?
2. Describe Bunny Hollander.
3. What does Claire intend to do with the stick she found on the street in New York?
4. What does Andy say about his brother Tyler's group of friends, the "Global Teens"?
5. What does Andy say is the kiss of death, personality-wise in Chapter 25?
6. In Chapter 20, what does Andy suggest is the best way to stop dogs from begging at the dinner table?
7. As he explains in Chapter 29, how does Dag think he will die?
8. What types of people are in attendance at Bunny Hollander's New Year's Eve party?
9. How does Elvissa get her name?
10. What does Dag do to the Aston Martin convertible that is parked not far from Larry's Bar?
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