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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. Where do the two characters dispose of a dead body in "Looks Down in the Gathering Shadow"?
(a) In a dumpster.
(b) In a river.
(c) Over a terrace.
(d) At a cemetery.
2. Which of the following makes the book seem interactive?
(a) Present tense.
(b) Motivated characters.
(c) Intricate diction.
(d) Second person perspective.
3. In "Outside the Town of Malbork," where does the main character's spend his final morning?
4. What do the police tell the man to do in If On a Winter's Night a Traveler?
(a) To leave town quickly.
(b) To give him the suitcase.
(c) To find the woman he was talking to.
(d) To sit down and answer questions.
5. What separates Ludmilla's friend from Ludmilla?
(a) He does not like the reader.
(b) He does not go to school.
(c) He does not read.
(d) He is a teacher.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of the main character in "Without Fear of Wind or Vertigo"?
2. What does Zwilda draw?
3. What is similar to the reader's book and the book Uzzi-Tuzzii translates?
4. Where does the man in If On a Winter's Night a Traveler leave his suit case overnight?
5. Which character in "Without Fear of Wind or Vertigo" is described as ungrateful and terse?
Short Essay Questions
1. For what does the reader continue to search after finding a problem with his second book?
2. Describe Cimmeria.
3. What is apparent about the organization the man works for in If On a Winter's Night a Traveler?
4. In Chapter 4, what type of book does Ludmilla state she enjoys and why is this significant?
5. Who is Ermes Marana?
6. Describe the structure of the book.
7. Describe the perspective from which the novel is narrated.
8. Describe the line between reader and publisher in the novel.
9. Describe "Looks Down in the Gathering Shadow."
10. What foreshadows a future problem in Chapter 2?
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