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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 event does Happy Noodle Boy barge in on, in Part 3?
(a) A funeral.
(b) A birthday party.
(c) A wedding.
(d) A bar mitzvah.
2. Johnny goes into the cafe, in Part 3, instead of going where?
(a) A dance club.
(b) A clothing boutique.
(c) A bookstore.
(d) A fast-food restaurant.
3. What is the captive's name, in Part 2?
(a) Edgar Vargas.
(b) Ethan Vasquez.
(c) Edward Vallas.
(d) Eddie Vandermeer.
4. Why does Johnny stop momentarily during his rampage in the cafe?
(a) His CD skips.
(b) He needs a drink.
(c) He stops to think about what he is doing.
(d) He sees someone he knows.
5. Why does Johnny tell Squee to run home, in the second strip of Part 3?
(a) The man might regain consciousness.
(b) His mother is waiting for him.
(c) UFOs are coming.
(d) The police are closing in.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Johnny write in his "die-ary" at the end of Part 2?
2. What is Johnny's response to Devi's joking threat in Part 2?
3. Which of these is NOT a reason Johnny cites for killing someone in the cafe?
4. What does Mr. Eff say about Devi in Part 2?
5. How does Squee's mother react when he tells her he is frightened?
Short Essay Questions
1. What discussion does Johnny have at the beginning of Part 3?
2. How does Johnny feel about his second captive, the young woman, in Part 2?
3. How does Johnny's first encounter with Devi end?
4. What happens to the young couple in Part 3?
5. Why does Johnny want to harm the first captive in Part 2?
6. What does the first captive in Part 2 ask Johnny to do, and why does he refuse?
7. Why isn't Johnny's victim amused by the story Johnny tells in Part 3?
8. What does Happy Noodle Boy do, at the end of Part 3?
9. How does Johnny feel about himself?
10. Who is the first character to be introduced in the book, and how is he introduced?
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