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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who visits O'Hara in New York in "Poem (4)"?
2. How late, in "Poem (4)," does O'Hara stay up?
(a) 1 a.m.
(b) All day.
(c) All night.
(d) 10 p.m.
3. In "Naphtha," whom does O'Hara thank for his vibrant imagery?
(c) Jean Dubuffet.
(d) Annie Lebowitz.
4. How does O'Hara want to change in "Poem"?
(a) He wants to be brave.
(b) He wants to become charming.
(c) He wishes he was creative.
(d) He wants to be depressed.
5. Where does "On Rachmaninoff's Birthday" take place?
(a) O'Hara's apartment.
(b) Central Perk.
(c) Central Park.
(d) A bar.
6. Where does O'Hara wonder if he should work at in "Cambridge"?
(a) A school.
(b) A doctor's offic.
(c) A hospital.
(d) A construction site.
7. What does the Buddha want to end in "Image of the Buddha Preaching"?
(a) Ideological violence.
(b) Slaughtering of animals.
(c) Free press.
8. What month does O'Hara say is approaching in "Poem (4)"?
9. In "Rhapsody," what part of the city does O'Hara despise?
(b) Greenwhich Village.
(c) The Bronx.
10. Who does O'Hara consort with in "Hotel Particulier"?
(a) His manager.
(b) His friend.
(c) His wife.
(d) A new partner.
11. How many parts is the poem "Alma"?
12. What does O'Hara wonder in "Poem (2)"?
(a) If he is in love again.
(b) If he is ready to divorce.
(c) If the city is right for him?
(d) If the world is ending.
13. What do the suns look like in the poem "Alma"?
14. In "Poem (4)," O'Hara say strangers appear to be ____________.
15. What region of the city does "Hotel Particulier" take place?
Short Answer Questions
1. What emotional state is O'Hara in during "On Rachmaninoff's Birthday"?
2. Where does "Image of the Buddha Preaching" take place?
3. Who recently died in ''In a Step Away from Them"?
4. Where does Alma visit prior to arriving in Detroit?
5. In "Three Airs," where does the bird drop the objects it is carrying?
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