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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. Who sets the limit on the artist's fasts?
(a) The artist's father.
(b) The maestro.
(c) The impresario.
(d) The artist.
2. The artist's inner what is always rankled?
3. How long is the limit of the artist's fast set to be?
(a) Four weeks.
(b) Three weeks.
(c) Forty days.
(d) Four months.
4. At the best, the audience sets the artist down as what?
(a) A thief.
(b) A fraud.
5. Why do many people regretfully have to keep away from his exhibitions?
(a) They can't afford it.
(b) They want his fasts to last longer.
(c) They are worried for his health.
(d) The sight of him is too much.
Short Answer Questions
1. The hunger artist is never what?
2. What sticks out prominently on the artist?
3. What is the point of view of "A Hunger Artist"?
4. How has the artist never yet left his cage at the end of a fast?
5. When would people buy season tickets for the artist's performance?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is one way to view the artist's suffering negatively?
2. Why doesn't the artist complain to the management at the circus?
3. Describe the hunger artist. What does he look like? What does he wear?
4. How does the artist feel about the world when he dies?
5. What happens at the circus regarding the record of days the artist has spent fasting?
6. Describe the impresario. What are the objectives of this character?
7. What does the artist think of the impresario's claims that the artist's melancholy is a result of the fasts?
8. Who is paralleled to the hunger artist and why?
9. How does the impresario wrap up his sympathy routines in Part 2?
10. How does the artist feel about the breakfast served to the spectators? What is suspected about this by others?
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