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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do the rapid transitions from one aspect of the show to another portray?
(a) How involved the Iselins are in it.
(b) A hectic and chaotic atmosphere.
(c) How organized it is.
(d) How much fun a convention can be.
2. As what does Mrs. Iselin's tour of Europe prove?
(a) An excuse to inflame the passions of the continent against the United States.
(b) As a much needed break for both mother and son.
(c) As an excuse to promote her husband to European leaders.
(d) As a memorable and postive trip.
3. What does Raymond's column report?
(a) On his mother's poor behavior.
(b) On the movements of his mother.
(c) On the culture and climate of Europe while neglecting entirely the Iselins.
(d) On the people he kills on the trip.
4. How did most people react to Raymond?
(a) With surprise.
(b) In such a way to support his belief that he was invisible.
(c) With kind words.
(d) In such a way that showed how much others respected him.
5. Where is the reader then taken?
(a) The strike itself.
(b) The election day itself.
(c) The rally itself.
(d) The convention itself.
6. Meanwhile, what is Raymond's American field handler doing?
(a) Meeting with a Soviet colleague in a city cab.
(b) Searching for him.
(c) Trying to contact him.
(d) Being chased through the streets.
7. What seems to be coming together?
(d) Almost everything.
8. What can this couple do?
(a) Unprogram Raymond.
(b) Get married.
(c) Run away.
(d) Buy a home.
9. What is the plan for Raymond?
(a) To kill Jocie and her father.
(b) To kill his mother and stepfather.
(c) To kill himself.
(d) To kill the presidential candidate and wound Iselin, who will be wearing protection that will also make him look as though mortally wounded.
10. How is Marco?
(a) Nervous about who was yelling at him.
(b) Dying from a gunshot wound.
(c) Without a wallet and money.
(d) Bandaged and scraped.
11. With whom does Shaw clear up a misunderstanding?
(a) His mother.
(b) Senator Jordan.
(c) Jocie Jordan.
(d) Ben Marco.
12. Soon, what does Raymond's mother scheme to announce?
(a) Rosie's marriage to another man.
(b) Jocie's return to the United States through the Society pages of Raymond's own paper, without informing her son of the development.
(c) Rosie's return to the United States through the Society pages of Raymond's own paper, without informing her son of the development.
(d) Jocie's marriage to another man.
13. Why does Raymond wonder if this will be construed as indelicate?
(a) Jocie was always afraid of bats.
(b) Pajamas are not appropriate for parties.
(c) Jocie's Argentine husband has just died.
(d) He may be too dressed up.
14. Once again, what does the author go to great lengths to establish?
(a) Mrs. Iselin's character.
(b) Raymond's character.
(c) A scene.
(d) Johhny's character.
15. What will serve as a reunion between Raymond and Jocie?
(a) A costume ball.
(b) A private dinner.
(c) A welcome home dinner.
(d) An evening at the theater.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Raymond's mother give him?
2. What happens while Raymond's mother is gone?
3. Why does Raymond's mother drug herself?
4. Shaw is immediately overcome with grief. What does he then do?
5. When did Raymond's mother discover her son was the assassin?
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