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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 do the regulars at Greeks bar do to Spook?
(a) Make him run their errands.
(b) They support him in his aim to become a better person.
(c) They tease him about his obsessions.
(d) They help him study ways to improve his motorbike.
2. Why won't the owner of the bar address Freddie and his group as "Sir"?
(a) He does not like the hipsters.
(b) He does not respect the unemployed group.
(c) He does not think they value themseleves.
(d) They are always rude to him.
3. Georgie waits for her mother to fall asleep so that she can go where?
(a) To the market.
(b) To Goldie's house.
(c) To Vinnies.
(d) Out with Regina.
4. Where is the ceremony performed?
(b) Borough Hall.
(c) Grand Hall.
(d) At Murphy's Hall.
5. What really ends up happening to Tommy?
(a) He wanders around drunk.
(b) He goes home with another woman.
(c) He goes home with his friends.
(d) He passes out at the party.
Short Answer Questions
1. Outside of Greeks one night, Georgie tries to describe her feelings for Vinnie. What does Vinnie do?
2. When this group runs out of things to talk about, what do they end up doing?
3. What are Vinnie and Sal thought to be?
4. What doesn't he notice about his daughter until it is too late?
5. What do the sailors view the hipsters as?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Georgie sleep with Harry?
2. Explain Selby's writing style as the fight between Freddie and Rosie begins.
3. How do their lives change early on in the story?
4. The novel begins in this place and is frequented by what group?
5. Who does not accept Georgie?
6. How does her family react?
7. Compare the hipsters and sailors to one another.
8. As the reader begins Baby Makes Three, what kind of story do they assume this to be?
9. At the end of the story, what does the party end up being?
10. When the police stop the fight, why does Freddie claim he attacked the solider?
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