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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Meanwhile, what does Senator Jordan express for his colleague Johnny Iselin?
(d) His disdain.
2. What does Raymond begin playing?
(c) A board game.
(d) A video game.
3. What seems to be coming together?
(a) Almost everything.
4. How did most people react to Raymond?
(a) With kind words.
(b) In such a way that showed how much others respected him.
(c) With surprise.
(d) In such a way to support his belief that he was invisible.
5. What does Raymond's mother ask Jocie's father?
(a) If he would attempt to block Iselin from becoming vice-president.
(b) If he is feeling alright.
(c) If he would support Iselin in becoming vice-president.
(d) If he has seen her husband this evening.
6. Of what is there a history?
(b) Political party conventions.
(c) Election days.
7. As the presidential candidate reaches the point in his speech that will cue the gunshots, the FBI agents realize what?
(a) They are right on time.
(b) They are dead.
(c) They are too early.
(d) They are too late.
8. How does Raymond snap out of his spell?
(a) His mother returns dressed as the Queen of Hearts.
(b) Rosie enters looking for Marco.
(c) Jocie enters dressed as Cinderella.
(d) The love of his heart combined with the symbol of his controllers melds at last
9. What will this action do?
(a) Show Johnny Iselin as a hero.
(b) Encourage the American people to trust him.
(c) Cement the nobility of Johnny Iselin and his cause in the public's mind by creating a martyr, and a nation symbol of America's will to stand up to Communism.
(d) Force the world to feel sorry for Johnny Iselin.
10. What does Marco have Rosie read?
(a) An e-mail from Jocie.
(b) A newspaper article by Jocie.
(c) A letter from Jocie to him.
(d) A transcript of a discussion between an FBI psychiatrist and Jocie.
11. What does Marco offer to help his friend write?
(a) A condolence letter to Rosie and develop a correspondence that will reestablish his intentions as a suitor.
(b) A love letter to Jocie.
(c) A condolence letter to Jocie and develop a correspondence that will reestablish his intentions as a suitor.
(d) A love letter to Rosie.
12. How does Raymond Shaw dress for the party?
(a) In his pajamas.
(b) In a flamboyant gaucho outfit.
(c) In a tuxedo.
(d) In a Batman costume.
13. As she is speaking, what does Raymond's mother realize about him?
(a) How much Shaw resembles her own father.
(b) How handsome Shaw is.
(c) How sad Shaw is.
(d) How much Shaw resembles his father.
14. What does the White House find it necessary to do?
(a) Send the FBI to capture Mrs. Iselin.
(b) Disavow Mrs. Iselin as an official ambassador of the United States senate.
(c) Support Mrs. Iselin's decisions.
(d) Bring Mrs. Iselin home.
15. Meanwhile, at the party, what does Raymond's mother do regarding Raymond?
(a) She panics to discover he has left the library.
(b) She greets him and Jocie as they enter.
(c) She interrupts their argument.
(d) She is happy to find him missing.
Short Answer Questions
1. With Jocie's imminent homecoming, Raymond now has what?
2. Through further laboratory testing, what do intelligence agencies sort out as Raymond's trigger?
3. Why does Raymond's mother drug herself?
4. What do the rapid transitions from one aspect of the show to another portray?
5. Who does Raymond's mother believe he should attempt to marry?
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