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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. Which of the following makes the book seem interactive?
(a) Intricate diction.
(b) Present tense.
(c) Second person perspective.
(d) Motivated characters.
2. Where does the main character of "Leaning from the Steep Slope" walk every day?
(a) Around a pond.
(b) Along the lake.
(c) Along a hiking trail.
(d) Along the harbor.
3. What must a book have for Lotaria to enjoy it?
4. Who wrote "Leaning from the Steep Slope"?
(a) Laza Okno.
(b) Ukko Ahti.
(c) Umptar Orvitz.
(d) Othar Zuti.
5. What does the author assume about the reader throughout the book?
(a) That the reader is a teenager.
(b) That the reader likes to read.
(c) That the reader is poor.
(d) That the reader is a man.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do the two characters in "Looks Down in the Gathering Shadow" want to do with a dead man?
2. What do the police tell the man to do in If On a Winter's Night a Traveler?
3. Who turns out to be the contact the man is waiting for in If On a Winter's Night a Traveler?
4. What is Uzzi-Tuzii's profession?
5. How does the author refer to the woman the reader talks to?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do the reader and Ludmilla agree upon in Chapter 4?
2. Describe the imagery used in "Outside the Town of Malbork."
3. What is the origin of the problem with the books?
4. Describe "Outside the Town of Malbork."
5. Why does Lotaria read?
6. Describe the narrator of "Leaning from the Steep Slope."
7. What is apparent about the organization the man works for in If On a Winter's Night a Traveler?
8. How is jealousy a theme in "Outside the Town of Malbork"?
9. For what does the reader continue to search after finding a problem with his second book?
10. Describe the reader's interaction with the "other reader."
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