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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 Eastern tradition is Morelli drawing from in Chapter 95?
(d) Zen Buddhism.
2. What country does Horacio go to before arriving in Argentina?
3. What does Horacio do between Chapters 56 and 135?
(a) He jumps from his window.
(b) He leaves Buenos Aires.
(c) He marries Gekrepten.
(d) He gets in a fight with Traveler.
4. In Chapter 98, what does Horacio realize that Maga never needed to do?
(a) Read a book.
(b) Leave Montevideo.
(c) Have someone to love.
(d) Justify her actions.
5. How do Horacio and Traveler pass long stretches of free time in the asylum in Chapter 52?
(a) They taunt the inmates.
(b) They read.
(c) They argue politics.
(d) They play poker.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 122, what does Etienne suggest is at the heart of his recent vivid dreams?
2. What request do many of the inmates have as they sign their names in Chapter 51?
3. What is the only information about the Club's journey to Morelli's flat included in Chapter 113?
4. With whom does Talita say she is having tea in Chapter 47?
5. What task is Horacio undertaking at the beginning of Chapter 41?
Short Essay Questions
1. What two meanings of the term hopscotch appear in the first book?
2. What eerie, somewhat mystical, harbinger comes to Pola in Chapter 64?
3. Describe the argument that Ossip and Horacio have in this section.
4. In Chapter 56, how does Horacio protect himself after he kisses Talita?
5. Why is the Morelli argument in Chapter 99 a relief to Horacio?
6. What is Horacio's state of mind in this section?
7. Who is Pola, and how does she know Horacio?
8. What dream does Horacio have in Chapter 123, and what does Etienne take from it?
9. Professionally, what changes for Traveler, Horacio and Talita in this section?
10. What indiscretion does Horacio commit in Chapter 54?
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