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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What must a book have for Lotaria to enjoy it?
2. According to a man in "Outside the Town of Malbork," against whom is this group fighting?
3. What books does Lotaria like to read?
(a) Books with large vocabulary.
(b) Books that clarify issues.
(c) Books that discuss current events.
(d) Books with interesting plots.
4. What is a theme in "Without Fear of Wind or Vertigo"?
5. According to the man in "Outside the Town of Malbork," what does the feud with another group cause?
6. How many pages has the reader read when the book starts over?
7. Who wrote "Leaning from the Steep Slope"?
(a) Othar Zuti.
(b) Umptar Orvitz.
(c) Laza Okno.
(d) Ukko Ahti.
8. What is the name of the main character in "Without Fear of Wind or Vertigo"?
9. What made the publishing house question Marana's competency?
(a) The types of books he worked on.
(c) A background check.
(d) The type of client he took on.
10. Why does Ludmilla read?
(a) For pleasure.
(b) To experience emotions.
(c) For knowledge.
(d) For meaning.
11. Why did the narrator in "Looks Down in the Gathering Shadow" kill the man?
(a) Over a legal issue.
(b) Over money.
(c) Over a woman.
(d) Over drugs.
12. Where does the main character of "Leaning from the Steep Slope" walk every day?
(a) Along a hiking trail.
(b) Along the lake.
(c) Along the harbor.
(d) Around a pond.
13. What does Zwilda draw?
(c) The beach.
14. What do the two characters in "Looks Down in the Gathering Shadow" want to do with a dead man?
(a) Turn him in to the police.
(b) Bury him.
(c) Sell him.
(d) Burn him.
15. From what perspective is most of the novel written?
(a) Second person.
(b) Third person omniscient.
(c) Third person limited.
(d) First person.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the reader searching for after reading part of "Outside the Town of Malbork"?
2. Who is the author of "Without Fear of Wind or Vertigo"?
3. Whose name is on a death sentence for treason in "Without Fear of Wind or Vertigo"?
4. Where does Ludmilla want the reader to meet her?
5. What does the author admit to wishing to convey through descriptions of a fight?
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