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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 does the Bible passage create for the beginning of the story?
(a) Sets the mood or tone.
(b) Create anger in the characters.
(c) It creates the novel's moral center.
(d) Makes the reader bored.
2. How does Georgie isolate herself?
(a) By wanting to hang out with her mother.
(b) Not going out to be with friends.
(c) With her hair style.
(d) By the ways she dresses.
3. At the bike shops, what does Spook often do?
(a) Works there to make exra money to support his drug habit.
(b) Spend time at shops looking at spare parts.
(c) Picks up women.
(d) Picks up men.
4. How does the first chapter of the book begin?
(a) Asking the reader for forgiveness.
(b) With a message from the author.
(c) With an story.
(d) With a quote from the Bible.
5. What does Brooklyn show it can have?
(a) Fun in the community.
(b) A community spirit.
(c) An escape for residents.
(d) A healthy community.
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of relationship do Rosie and Freddie have?
2. What is the best description for the end of this story?
3. What do the hipsters try to clean Georgie's wound with?
4. What do the sailors decide to do?
5. What do Freddie and their friends consider themselves?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Tralala's story end?
2. What does Spook want more than anything?
3. As a result of her time in Times Square, what does she begin to do?
4. On the same day as the wedding, what else occurs?
5. When Harry no longer has an outlet for his repressed sexual feelings, what does he do?
6. As the reader begins Baby Makes Three, what kind of story do they assume this to be?
7. Explain Selby's writing style as the fight between Freddie and Rosie begins.
8. How does Tralala feel about the note Harry leaves behind?
9. Compare the hipsters and sailors to one another.
10. What causes Freddie and his friends to chase after the sailors?
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