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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Against whom does the main character in "Around an Empty Grave" prepare to defend himself?
(c) Dona Jazmina.
2. According to Irnerio, where would Marana's former lover run to if he returned?
3. What are the two parts of the OAP called?
(a) Wings of Freedom and Wings of Censorship.
(b) Wings of Power and Wings of Repression.
(c) Wings of Shadows and Wings of Light.
(d) Wings of Colors and Wings of Dull.
4. Who does the reader imagine is the woman Marana describes in his letters?
(a) A character from one of the novels.
(c) The bookseller.
5. Of whom does Flannery become jealous?
(a) The reader.
6. What is the name of the version of Lotaria who has sex with the reader?
7. What does Miyagi want the young man to gather for them in "On the Carpet of Leaves Illuminated by the Moon"?
(b) Small lizards..
(c) Water lilies.
8. In "In a Network of Lines that Intersect," what does the underground want to do with the main character?
(a) Steal his money.
(b) Recruit him.
(c) Kill his mistress.
(d) Kidnap him.
9. It becomes clear that which character is writing the book we are reading?
10. What does Flannery try to leave out of his next novel?
(b) A visible setting.
(c) The invisible I.
(d) The invisible setting.
11. Which of the following do the man and Okeda discuss after he collects the items in "On the Carpet of Leaves Illuminated by the Moon"?
(a) Food and drink.
12. Who has been determined to be the subject of Marana's letters?
(a) The reader.
13. Who is the Father of Stories?
(a) A Russian storyteller.
(b) An English storyteller.
(c) An Indian storyteller.
(d) A German storyteller.
14. Which of the following describes Ludmilla's book collection?
(a) Large but organized.
(b) Small and hidden.
(c) Small but organized.
(d) Large and taking up multiple shelves.
15. Why does the Director claim to read?
(a) For knowledge.
(b) To learn new words.
(c) To find hidden meaning.
(d) For pleasure.
Short Answer Questions
1. In "What Story Down There Awaits its End?" why does the man want to erase the world?
2. In "In a Network of Lines that Intersect," when the man's wife saves him, what is she holding?
3. What does the main character in "What Story Down There Awaits its End?" have to fight?
4. Where is the woman from that is held in a chair, forced to read?
5. To what does Flannery compare a reader?
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