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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. To whom does Alfred write a letter in the scene, "A Letter from Prison"?
(a) His wife.
(c) The parole board.
(d) His mother.
2. What instrument does Alfred want to play when he is released?
(a) The violin.
(b) The piano.
(c) The flute.
(d) The cello.
3. What diagnosis does Dieter Jorgensen make about Charlotte?
(b) Grandiose Delusions.
(d) Bipolar Disease.
4. What is a form of autism in adults?
5. What does Alfred wear?
(a) A mask.
(b) False teeth.
(c) A toupee.
6. What does the loud music in "The Cross" signify?
(a) A news broadcast.
(b) A concert.
(c) A parade.
(d) A riot.
7. Doug asks Charlotte if she ever wanted to alter _____________ of an antique.
(d) The veneer.
8. What document does Alfred complete?
(a) A will.
(b) An insurance policy.
(c) A resume.
(d) An investment portfolio statement.
9. Doug tells John that they shouldn't rely on __________________.
(a) Their friends.
(b) Idle gossip.
(c) A Stasi file.
(d) Each other.
10. What does reporter Karl Henning ask Charlotte?
(a) If she dodged her taxes.
(b) If she appraised antiques for the Stasi.
(c) If she informed on Alfred.
(d) If she informed on her neighbors.
11. Why are Charlotte and Alfred's friends remaining silent during his incarceration?
(a) They are all on holiday.
(b) They do not know where Alfred is.
(c) They have also been arrested.
(d) They are afraid of being found guilty by association.
12. On what topic does Doug want to interview Charlotte in "A Convenient Lapse"?
(a) Her Stasi files.
(b) Her religious beliefs.
(c) Her political positions.
(d) Her antique sources.
13. What does Ziggy Fluss insinuate that Charlotte is trying to avoid by moving?
(a) A tarnished reputation.
(b) Prosecution for a crime.
(c) Paying taxes.
(d) A love affair gone bad.
14. Who is Alfred Kirschner?
(a) A guard.
(b) A prisoner.
(c) An author.
(d) An antiques dealer.
15. What content does John want to form the basis of Charlotte's stories?
(a) News reports and files.
(b) Interviews from family and friends.
(c) Charlotte's diaries.
(d) Charlotte's memories.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Josef R'diger?
2. What happened to Alfred's possessions when he was in jail?
3. Charlotte tells the group of reporters a story about _____________.
4. What gives Dieter Jorgensen clues about Charlotte's illness?
5. What does Doug argue with John about in "Abdication"?
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