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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Jimmy Herf say about reading the paper in New York?
(a) A cat may look at a king.
(b) Gossip dries on its pages.
(c) You might miss something.
(d) There is a time and place for news.
2. What does George Baldwin think of Washington?
(a) It is the best place to get pie.
(b) It is the center of sin.
(c) It is the key to his political career.
(d) It is a greasy backwater.
3. Where does Jimmy take Harland to lunch?
(a) A Syrian restaurant.
(b) A Mexican resaurant.
(c) A Chinese restaurant.
(d) A bistro.
4. Stan used to say to Ellen, "No time to get tight like______".
(c) A tightrope.
5. To where does Rosie want to make a getaway?
(a) Trinidad and Tobago.
(c) The Virgin Islands.
(d) Paris or Havana.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Pearline brag to about Stan's ambitions?
2. What does Martin say an artist is?
3. According to Jimmy, who was the man killed in the war named Jaures?
4. What is Stan doing in a mirror in Chapter 12?
5. According to the "tramp", there is more wickedness in one block in New York City than in a square mile in _______.
Short Essay Questions
1. What has happened in Captain James Merivale's family since he has been gone?
2. What does she mean when Rachel Goldweiser says that New York is pleasanter in midsummer than any other time?
3. What does Congo say of Jimmy's life experience?
4. Why is Dutch asked to leave the dance floor of the Chinese restaurant?
5. What is Congo's line of work and how is he faring?
6. How do the people at the Louis Expresso Association's Annual Dance react to Gus McNeil's presence?
7. How does Pearline normally feel about fires?
8. Why does Joe Harland tell Jimmy to be careful what he does?
9. What does Stan say to himself in the mirror regarding his marriage?
10. What does Dick Snow say about Ellen's divorce?
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