1. The narrator writes that "during these last _____ an interest in professional fasting has diminished."
2. According to the narrator, how did it used to pay very well to stage such performances?
(a) Under one's own management.
(b) In the town square.
(c) In the theater.
(d) In the circus.
3. What is the point of view of "A Hunger Artist"?
(a) Fourth person.
(b) Third person.
(c) Second person.
(d) First person.
4. In what tense is "A Hunger Artist" written?
(c) Future perfect.
5. In the prime days of the hunger artist, how often did people want to see him?
(a) Once every hour.
(b) Once a day.
(c) Once a week.
(d) Once a month.
6. When would people buy season tickets for the artist's performance?
(a) The first days of the fast.
(b) The last few days of the fast.
(c) The entire fast.
(d) The last month of the fast.
7. Where does the hunger artist perform?
(a) A stage.
(b) A wagon.
(c) A barred cage.
(d) A glass cage.
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