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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. Where is Gloria when she is mugged in Book 3, Chapter 11: "All Hail and Hallelujah"?
(a) Greenwich Village.
(b) 127th Street.
(c) Park Avenue and 23rd.
(d) Broadway and 42nd.

2. Where did Adelita first see Corrigan?
(a) At a diner.
(b) At a nursing home.
(c) At Catholic Mass.
(d) At a funeral.

3. In what borough of New York does Adelita live?
(a) Brooklyn.
(b) Manhattan.
(c) The Bronx.
(d) Staten Island.

4. What do Pino and Jaslyn drink during their flight in Book 4, Chapter 12: "Roaring Seaward, And I Go"?
(a) Coca Cola.
(b) Gin and tonics.
(c) Whiskey sours.
(d) Red wine.

5. When was Solomon Soderberg first called to be a judge?
(a) 1967.
(b) 1959.
(c) 1952.
(d) 1971.

Short Answer Questions

1. How many marriages does Gloria say she's lost in Book 3, Chapter 11: "All Hail and Hallelujah"?

2. What excuse does Gloria give Claire for not staying behind at her apartment in Book 3, Chapter 11: "All Hail and Hallelujah"?

3. What is Tillie's last name in the novel?

4. Whose is the first case that Judge Soderberg hears after lunch in Book 3, Chapter 9: "Part of the Parts"?

5. How much of a pay cut did Solomon take when he became a judge?

Short Essay Questions

1. What is Tillie’s decision at the end of Book 2, Chapter 7: “This is the House That Horse Built”? What leads to this decision?

2. How would you describe the narrative style of Book 2, Chapter 7: “This is the House That Horse Built”?

3. What does Adelita savor in the end of Book 3, Chapter 10: “Centavos”?

4. How are the sights and sounds described during the walker’s World Trade Center stunt in Book 2, Chapter 8: “The Ringing Grooves of Change”?

5. What is revealed of the tightrope walker’s fate in Book 3, Chapter 11: “All Hail and Hallelujah”?

6. How is the tightrope walker’s stunt perceived by the protagonist in Book 3, Chapter 9: “Part of the Parts”?

7. What trick involving birth dates is described in Book 2, Chapter 8: “The Ringing Grooves of Change”?

8. What impact has Corrigan’s death had on Adelita’s perceptions of their relationship in Book 3, Chapter 10: “Centavos”?

9. What is significant about the cases presented in Book 3, Chapter 9: “Part of the Parts”?

10. Who is the protagonist of Book 3, Chapter 11: “All Hail and Hallelujah”? Where was this character first introduced?

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