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Multiple Choice Questions

1. When is the affliction discovered and treated? When is it rediscovered?
(a) Age 6 and 25
(b) Age 5 and 35
(c) Age 4 and 45
(d) Age 7 and 18

2. The first main character discussed in detail exhibits what symptom?
(a) She loses her sense of time and space
(b) She wakes up in the middle of the night hearing songs from her childhood
(c) She finds herself trapped within memories of being in Ireland from time to time
(d) She is temporarily transported back to events from her teenage years each week

3. How long does this affliction last?
(a) Three Years
(b) Three Months
(c) Three Days
(d) Three Weeks

4. What was the main character's symptoms?
(a) Reminiscence
(b) Tactile Illusions
(c) Visions
(d) Hearing Voices

5. How do the main character's symptoms progress?
(a) They become more frequent and she becomes lost in them
(b) They become less frequent and she recovers
(c) They lengthen in time but do not become more frequent
(d) They shorten in time but do not become more frequent

6. Where did James Parkinson identify Parkinsonism?
(a) In a lab in London
(b) In a hospital in London
(c) In the streets of London
(d) In an old folks home in London

7. How does the main character handle her grandmother's death?
(a) With Rage
(b) With Compsure
(c) She runs away from home
(d) She has a nervous breakdown

8. How do the twins score on IQ tests?
(a) Very low
(b) Average
(c) Low
(d) Very high

9. Who is the main character of this chapter?
(a) Emily
(b) Bhagawhandi
(c) Mrs. O'M
(d) Mrs. O'C

10. What disease does the main character have?
(a) Huntingdon's Disease
(b) Phantom Limb Syndrome
(c) Parkinson's
(d) Alzheimer's

11. How does the main character describe what is happening to her?
(a) She is
(b) She is
(c) She is
(d) She is

12. The main character in this chapter controls her disorder by doing what?
(a) Dancing
(b) Intense Concentration
(c) Medicine
(d) Mimicing other people's actions

13. What was an activity of the main character's?
(a) Science
(b) Politics
(c) Writing
(d) Preaching

14. The main character responds to treatment by first regaining what?
(a) Speech and Psychomotor Functioning
(b) Psychomotor Functioning
(c) Neither One
(d) Speech

15. What happens to him after he commits murder?
(a) He gets hit by a truck
(b) He develops Cupid's Disease
(c) He loses a limb and develops phantom limb syndrome
(d) He gets amnesia

Short Answer Questions

1. The main character has which book memorized?

2. What is the main character's occupation?

3. How does the court treat the main character?

4. What is the main character's affliction?

5. What are some activities that the main character enjoys?

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