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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. Which of these is another thing White says people come to New York looking for?
2. Which of these does White say New York holds the key to?
(c) All of the answers are correct.
3. Why was White's book about the city so different from the reality?
(a) He didn't live there while writing it.
(b) He had an idealized version in his head.
(c) He refused to see the negative changes.
(d) He liked his own version.
4. How old was White when he first visited New York City?
(a) He was a young man.
(b) He was a young child.
(c) He was middle-aged.
(d) He was a baby.
5. What kind of New York resident was the last that White talked about?
(a) The commuters.
(b) The transplants.
(c) The lifers.
(d) The born and bred.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who came up with the different categories of people that White writes about?
2. What does White have to ignore to continue loving New York?
3. Who gives a good description of White?
4. What kind of New York resident does White like the most?
5. What was the writer of the introduction of this book glad that White couldn't see?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does White say is the second kind of person that lives in the city?
2. What is this book about?
3. Why did White not want to do a certain something to the book before it was published?
4. What are the gifts that White says New York has to offer all men?
5. What does White say the first kind of New York resident brings to the city?
6. What does White say is the third kind of person that lives in the city?
7. What does White say is being taken away from New York with its uniqueness?
8. What does White say separates most of the people in New York?
9. What does White choose to talk about after explaining all the things to do in New York?
10. Why is the writer of the introduction glad that White cannot see the city now?
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