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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 political extremist do in response to the threat and accusation from Stahr?
(a) Hits him with the pool cue.
(b) Leaves disgusted.
(c) Knocks him out.
(d) Kicks him.
2. What does Stahr do with the man he visits after his lunch with the prince?
(a) Sues him.
(b) Replaces him.
(c) Threatens him.
(d) Publicly fires him.
3. Where is Stahr building a house?
(b) The hills.
(c) Santa Monica.
4. How does Stahr die?
(a) A heart attack.
(b) A plane crash.
(c) A gunshot wound.
(d) An infection.
5. Who does Stahr visit after his lunch with the prince?
(a) Red Ridingwood.
(b) Liddy Miss Muffet.
(c) Big Badwooff.
(d) Boy Blue.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of the girl who looks like Stahr's late wife?
2. What does Stahr ask of the man who Cecelia gets to meet with him?
3. Who is waiting for Stahr when he returns from looking at the afternoon dailies?
4. What does Stahr do during his political meeting that Cecelia has never seen him do before?
5. How many writers does Stahr order to fix the mistakes of the writer he is unhappy with?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is so amusing to Kathleen about the house Stahr is building?
2. Why does Brimmer criticize Stahr during their meeting?
3. What happens when a phone begins to ring at Stahr's unfinished house?
4. What does Stahr find in his office after he looks at the afternoon dailies?
5. What does Stahr do when Kathleen tries to sneak out of the party?
6. What does Stahr realize when he meets with the girl from the flood?
7. What happens when Stahr sees the other girl he met at the flood?
8. What happens to Kathleen and Cecelia at the end of the book?
9. What does a black man say to Stahr while he is on the beach with Kathleen, and how does he respond?
10. How was Cecelia once connected to Communist Party leaders, and why has that connection weakened?
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