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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Alobar stops near what landmark to sleep until daybreak as he begins his journey?
(a) The spring.
(b) The desert.
(c) The river.
(d) The ocean.
2. What is the name of the bay near which Priscilla lives?
(a) Beaver Bay.
(b) Bryson Bay.
(c) Carnival Bay.
(d) Elliott Bay.
3. What kind of mask does Marcel LeFever wear?
(a) A dog mask.
(b) A whale mask.
(c) A feather mask.
(d) A cat mask.
4. What is left on Priscilla's doorstep in the middle of the night?
(a) A note.
(b) A beet.
(c) A flower.
(d) A bottle.
5. What is the "most intense of vegetables"?
(a) The tomato.
(b) The onion.
(c) The radish.
(d) The beet.
6. The man who sold Madame Devalier the flowers is from which location?
(c) St. Louis.
7. Which character is Alobar's favorite wife?
8. How many children does Frol give birth to in the village?
(b) One child.
9. What is one of the fatal signs of fading power of a ruler in Alobar's kingdom?
(a) Inability to fulfill his wives' sexual appetites.
(b) The birth of daughters.
(c) The birth of sons.
10. What is Madame Devalier also known as to the fashionable folk?
(a) Madame WhooDoo.
(b) Queen of Good Smells.
(c) Queen of Olfactory.
(d) Madame Voodoo.
11. Which character does Alobar encounter in the woods outside the kingdom?
12. What encircles the flower-seller's head like a crown?
13. In what village do Alobar and Frol settle?
14. Which character cries at Alobar's funeral?
15. What does Priscilla work as?
(a) A waitress.
(b) A writer.
(c) A chemist.
(d) A nurse.
Short Answer Questions
1. How is Marcel related to Claude?
2. The proverb of what nationality warns, "A tale that begins with a beet will end with the devil"?
3. What kind of liquor do Madame Devalier and V'lu discuss drinking?
4. What religion do Alobar and Frol convert to?
5. What kind of people get their physical characteristics from potatoes?
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