|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 3.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Of those who pass his cage daily at the circus, how many might take an interest in the artist?
(d) One or two.
2. What does the animal in the cage at the end of the story seem to carry around with it?
3. What is the only item of furniture in the cage?
(a) A desk.
(b) A bed.
(c) A clock.
(d) A chair.
4. The passerby's joking is, in its way, the "stupidest lie ever invented by _____ and inborn malice."
5. "Those, whom nothing could have prevented from stopping to look at him ________, raced past with long strides."
(a) If they so wanted.
(b) For the artist's sake.
(c) As long as they had breath.
(d) For their children's sake.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the term referring to literature which shares a mood of impending doom, nightmarish narration, and a bleak and senseless complexity?
2. For whom is seeing the hunger artist a special treat?
3. What does the artist do when the photographs are produced?
4. Why does the artist tell the overseer they should not admire his fasting?
5. Eventually, at the circus, the notice board does what?
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