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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the main character lose when he loses his affliction?
2. How does the main character describe what is happening to her?
(a) She is
(b) She is
(c) She is
(d) She is
3. Where does the main character end up flourishing?
(c) Poetry Writing
(d) The Theatre
4. The main character's treatment causes her to enjoy what?
(a) Smutty Stories
(b) Church Services
(d) Romantic Movies
5. Things aren't real to the main character until he has?
(a) Touched Them
(b) Taste Them
(c) Heard Them
(d) Smelled Them
6. Why does the main character confabulate?
(a) He cannot perceive his right leg
(b) He cannot remember his own life story
(c) He cannot figure out who others are
(d) He cannot understand what people say
7. How long does this affliction last?
(a) Three Weeks
(b) Three Months
(c) Three Days
(d) Three Years
8. William Penfield calls the disorder discussed in the chapter by what technical name?
(a) Mental Degradation
(b) Mental Aphasia
(c) Mental Displopia
(d) Mental Agnosia
9. What is the disorder discussed in the chapter named by Sacks?
10. Which other character in the book does the main character in this chapter share a disorder with?
(b) Witty Ticcy Ray
(c) Mrs. B
(d) Jimmie G.
11. How does the patient react to her perceptions of individuals as fractured?
(a) She is angry
(b) She is shocked
(c) She sees no problem with it
(d) She is depressed
12. The second main character in the chapter hears what over and over again?
(a) Some old rock tunes from her youth
(b) A discussion with her father about her mother's death
(c) Some conversations she remembers from her childhood
(d) Three hymns that she knows
13. Are patients with the main character's disorder aware of their problem?
(c) It's not clear
14. The main character in this chapter controls her disorder by doing what?
(b) Mimicing other people's actions
(c) Intense Concentration
15. The first main character discussed in detail exhibits what symptom?
(a) She wakes up in the middle of the night hearing songs from her childhood
(b) She is temporarily transported back to events from her teenage years each week
(c) She finds herself trapped within memories of being in Ireland from time to time
(d) She loses her sense of time and space
Short Answer Questions
1. Who are the main characters in this chapter?
2. Who does the main character kill?
3. What happens when the twins are separated?
4. What is the main character's main emotion?
5. What does the disorder consist in?
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