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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. Charlotte's mother had told her it was fine to ______________________.
(a) Open a museum.
(b) Live alone.
(c) Dress like a woman.
(d) Study art.
2. On what topic does Doug want to interview Charlotte in "A Convenient Lapse"?
(a) Her religious beliefs.
(b) Her antique sources.
(c) Her political positions.
(d) Her Stasi files.
3. Doug asks Charlotte if she ever wanted to alter _____________ of an antique.
(c) The veneer.
4. What gives Dieter Jorgensen clues about Charlotte's illness?
(a) Her manic behavior.
(b) Her tics.
(c) Her storytelling.
(d) Her sleeping too much.
5. What has been blacked out in Charlotte's Stasi file?
(a) Her family history.
(b) Her employment history.
(c) References about someone she informed on.
(d) Her financial records.
Short Answer Questions
1. What would happen if Alfred were to be labeled mentally defective?
2. Who is Ulrike Liptsch?
3. Charlotte's mother told him that as a man he needed to ____________.
4. Who provided most of the incriminating evidence against Alfred Kirscher to the Stasi organization?
5. Who is Dieter Jorgensen?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the disposition of Alfred's possessions as stated in his will?
2. How successful is Alfred and Charlotte's clock business?
3. Why has Charlotte decided to move to Sweden?
4. What diagnosis does a psychiatrist determine for Charlotte's condition?
5. Who does Alfred learn has a big interest in German clocks?
6. How does Charlotte inform on Alfred regarding the black market clocks?
7. Who is Ziggy Fluss and what name does he call Charlotte?
8. What news does Charlotte share on Ziggy's show?
9. How does the author plant a seed of doubt in the reader's mind about whether or not Charlotte was an informant?
10. Who accosts Charlotte as she attempts to return to her limo after appearing on Ziggy's show?
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