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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. When Richard asks if Shimoda's death had to happen, what does Shimoda have to say?
(c) Why does it matter?
2. What is the image revealed to be, according to Shimoda?
(b) Lost soul
(c) Thought form
3. Shimoda asks: Can they be living in four billion _______________?
(a) Separate worlds
(b) Different dreams
(c) Different spaces
(d) Different illusions
4. What is revealed in the shadow? What might this character be called?
5. What does Shimoda have to say about the idea of people destroying the earth?
(a) The earth is stronger than people
(b) It's bound to happen
(c) People are ignorant
(d) Everything balances
Short Answer Questions
1. How is Shimoda killed in his plane?
2. Richard is told that he must _________ his own documents.
3. The male caller believes he is free to come over to the station and ________________.
4. Another caller says that Shimoda is a ____________, and Shimoda agrees with him.
5. Shimoda and Richard remain ___________ should Richard have any questions or need to discuss any problems.
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is the song from Richard's boyhood such a strange occurrence?
2. What does Shimoda think is a great way to run the universe?
3. What is the question Richard then formulates when he begins to do the thing which is the answer to #33?
4. What does Richard continue to do, though the outcome never changes?
5. What does Shimoda announce is the reason for Richard being here?
6. Why did Shimoda add the gore of a shotgun death?
7. What does Shimoda answer when Richard declares being a Master to be frustrating as hell?
8. What does the woman caller say about the idea of "doing what you want?"
9. How does Richard respond to Shimoda's warning that he will lose 90% of his audience if he is not short?
10. What is a thought form used for, according to Shimoda?
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