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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is John Marks?
(a) A Texas cattleman.
(b) A Texas lawyer.
(c) A Texas oilman.
(d) A Texas newsman.
2. John Marks writes to his friend, Doug, about events in which country?
3. How old is Charlotte as the play begins?
4. When was the museum tavern open?
(a) Friday and Saturday nights.
(c) Sunday afternoons.
5. What nationality is Charlotte?
6. What did Charlotte's aunt raise?
(c) Lots of children.
7. Which of the following does Charlotte's father not threaten to shoot?
(a) His children.
(b) His wife.
(d) SS officers.
8. In "Auf Deutsch" Doug is panicked about _____________________.
(a) Not being able to understand German.
(b) The economy.
(c) His unlawful arrest.
(d) SS soldiers.
9. Who accompanies Doug to the interview to translate?
10. What item does Charlotte place in the center of a table?
(a) A music box.
(b) A velvet jewelry box.
(c) A snowglobe.
(d) An iPod.
11. Where does Doug plan to sleep while in Germany?
(a) A bed and breakfast.
(b) A hostel.
(c) John's floor.
(d) Charlotte's house.
12. Why does the Cultural Minister of Germany present Charlotte with an award?
(a) For diplomatic services.
(b) For preserving German history.
(c) For art preservation work.
(d) For philanthropic work.
13. When does Doug have his first interview with Charlotte?
(a) January, 1983.
(b) January, 2003.
(d) January, 1973.
14. John would like to interview a character he has met in Germany but is afraid his editor will find the story to be __________________.
(b) Old news.
(d) Too extreme.
15. What does Doug request of Charlotte before he begins writing?
(c) Historical documents.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Mulack-Ritze?
2. With what does Charlotte kill her father?
3. What is die Gr'nderzeit?
4. What is the topic of the scene titled "Vaterland"?
5. For how many years has Charlotte had her phonograph?
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