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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 color is the entrance stone?
2. What does Colonel Sanders do for a living?
(a) He is a pimp.
(b) He is a con man.
(c) He is a hit man.
(d) He is a drug dealer.
3. What does Mrs. Saeki ask Nakata to do with the stack of papers she has written about her life?
(a) Deliver them to her son.
(b) Treasure them.
(c) Burn them.
(d) Publish them.
4. Who is the director of the films that Hoshino watches back to back?
(a) Jean-Luc Godard.
(b) Francois Truffaut.
(c) Claude Chabrol.
(d) Alain Resnais.
5. Which of the following is NOT something Hoshino does to pass the time while Nakata sleeps?
(a) Reading a book.
(b) Drinking alcohol.
(d) Eating food.
Short Answer Questions
1. After Nakata dies, who inherits his ability to understand animals?
2. How old is Mrs. Saeki's spirit that keeps Kafka company in the deserted village?
3. What beverage does Kafka bring to Mrs. Saeki every day at the same time?
4. Which war does Oshima have a fantasy of fighting in?
5. What is the name of the philosopher that the prostitute recites, that Hoshino meets?
Short Essay Questions
1. What book did Mrs.Saeki write after collecting interviews?
2. While wandering through the woods, what disturbing dream does Kafka have about Sakura?
3. How does Kafka react to the desolate village that the Japanese soldiers guide him to?
4. What does Kafka decide to do with his life after emerging from Limbo?
5. How do Nakata and Hoshino know that the entrance stone is working?
6. How does Kafka react when he is approached by the Japanese soldiers in Oshima's woods?
7. How does Mrs. Saeki react when Kafka confronts her about the possibility that she is his mother?
8. Why did Mrs. Saeki first open the entrance stone?
9. Why does Colonel Sanders bring Hoshino to the religious shrine?
10. What does Mrs. Saeki ask Nakata to do with her memoirs?
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