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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 is the name of Dona Jazmina's daughter?
2. 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.
3. Which of the following describes Ludmilla's book collection?
(a) Large and taking up multiple shelves.
(b) Small but organized.
(c) Small and hidden.
(d) Large but organized.
4. What does the main character in "What Story Down There Awaits its End?" have to fight?
(a) The past.
(b) The Others.
(c) The future.
(d) The void.
5. Why is the reader put in a prison run by revolutionaries?
(a) So he can read their literature.
(b) So he can escape.
(c) So he can be educated about the cause.
(d) So he can be tortured.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Flannery mistake for somebody who wants to get to know him personally?
2. In "What Story Down There Awaits its End?", where are the agents from who give the main character information?
3. Who does the reader imagine is the woman Marana describes in his letters?
4. What does Irnerio do with books?
5. In "In a Network of Lines that Intersect," what does the underground want to do with the main character?
Short Essay Questions
1. How can reading stimulate life, according to the author?
2. What foreshadowing is presented in the reader's desire to visit Flannery?
3. Describe the shift in perspective that occurs in Chapter 7 and why the author included this.
4. Describe the "invisible I" character.
5. Describe how the ramifications of falsehoods are explored in Chapter 9.
6. Describe the story "What Story Down There Awaits Its End?"
7. Describe the way information is given to the reader in Chapter 6.
8. Describe the relationship Ludmilla has with Irnerio that the reader discovers in Chapter 7.
9. Describe the book "In a Network of Lines that Intersect."
10. Describe the plot of "Around an Empty Grave."
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