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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. What does Rocky believe he does not have?
(a) Any friends.
(b) Pipe dreams.
(c) A place to spend the night.
(d) Any more alcohol.
2. For what does he apologize?
(a) Showing up so late.
(b) Ruining their evening.
(c) Sounding like he is delivering a sermon.
(d) Not buying them alcohol.
3. What is Larry's comment about the others and their dreams?
(a) They are just fine the way they are.
(b) Hickey's got the right perspective.
(c) He is glad he does not have any pipe dreams.
(d) Their lives and dreams are a waste of time.
4. What does Hickey do with a roll of money?
(a) Buys everyone a drink.
(b) Taunts everyone with it.
(c) Throws it away.
(d) Buys everyone a non-alcoholic beverage.
5. Why are Lewis and Wetjoen reliving their rivalry?
(a) They are awakened by Willie's song.
(b) Larry had brought up the war.
(c) They relive it every night.
(d) It is entertaining for the other regulars.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the man who arrived the night before?
2. What does Pearl angrily suggest she and Margie do?
3. What does Harry say when he wakes up?
4. What does Cora say about Hickey?
5. What comments does Hickey say he heard?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Mosher and McGloin say about Harry?
2. What is Larry's comment when Rocky tells him the locals all promise to pay their tabs tomorrow?
3. What does Hickey do after he encourages the others to keep drinking?
4. How does Hickey act after he mentions Jimmy's wife cheating on him? What does his behavior leave Larry to wonder?
5. How does Parritt feel about his mother?
6. How does Harry respond to Hickey's second toast?
7. How do the regulars feel about their lives and the idea of suicide?
8. How is the argument diffused?
9. What happens when Hickey calls the girls whores?
10. What is done to prepare for the birthday party?
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