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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 Rosa Cabarcas think is the narrator's problem when it comes to the girl?
(b) Senile dementia.
(c) Empty nest syndrome.
(d) Sexual problems.
2. Who does the narrator think left the message scrawled in lipstick in the girl's room?
(a) The girl.
(b) The devil.
(c) Rosa Cabarcas.
(d) A ghost.
3. What does the narrator do in a desperate attempt the pass the time while the girl is missing?
4. The narrator refers to fame as a __________.
(a) Dead man.
(d) Fat lady.
5. Where do the newspapers report the dead man from Rosa's was killed?
(a) A brothel.
(b) An alley.
(c) The highway.
(d) The town square.
Short Answer Questions
1. In the delirium of love, the narrator takes part in a ________.
2. Beside searching the streets and hospitals, where else does the narrator look for the girl?
3. Where does the narrator find a message scrawled in lipstick in the girl's room?
4. What does the note the girl leaves with her gift call the narrator?
5. The narrator knows the girl in the hospital is not his love by her ____.
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the narrator imagine happened during the stormy night?
2. What does the narrator think is the real explanation for Rosa Cabarcas's long absence?
3. How does the narrator's feeling for the girl change his column?
4. How do the newspapers portray the death of the man murdered at Rosa's?
5. What does the narrator find on the mirror the morning after his second night with the girl?
6. How does the narrator react to the false account of the murdered man?
7. What does his love for the girl cause the narrator to see about himself?
8. What happens when the narrator sees a bicycle that has been hit by a bus?
9. Why does Rosa Cabarcas pull the narrator from the girl's bed one night?
10. What is the narrator's phone conversation like with Rosa Cabarcas after her long absence?
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