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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. Which of the following images is the subject of a painting hanging in Kafka's bedroom at the library?
(a) A basket of fruit.
(b) A boy at the beach.
(c) A girl eating ice cream.
(d) Two kittens with a ball of yarn.
2. After Nakata dies, who inherits his ability to understand animals?
(a) The ability is lost forever.
3. What type of store does Oshima's brother own?
(a) A surf shop.
(b) A pet shop.
(c) A tuxedo shop.
(d) A cake shop.
4. Which of the following phrases does Mrs. Saeki use to describe herself?
(a) A separated whole.
(b) A boundless body.
(c) An incomplete shadow.
(d) A mysterious soul.
5. Which of the following Greek mythologies is a parallel to Kafka's life?
Short Answer Questions
1. How long have Hoshino and Nakata spent together by the time Nakato dies?
2. How does Johnny Walker react when someone tries to kill him in the woods?
3. What film does Kafka watch upon arriving at the desolate village?
4. What weather storms into the city after Hoshino steals the entrance stone?
5. What does Colonel Sanders do for a living?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when Crow encounters Johnny Walker in the enchanted woods?
2. What happens with Mrs. Saeki sleepwalks into Kafka's bedroom?
3. How does Kafka react to the desolate village that the Japanese soldiers guide him to?
4. How does Colonel Sanders explain his physical form to Hoshino?
5. While wandering through the woods, what disturbing dream does Kafka have about Sakura?
6. Why does Colonel Sanders bring Hoshino to the religious shrine?
7. How does evil try to escape Limbo?
8. What does Mrs. Saeki ask Nakata to do with her memoirs?
9. What happened to the two soldiers that went for a walk in the woods surrounding Oshima's cabin?
10. How does Kafka react when he is approached by the Japanese soldiers in Oshima's woods?
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