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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Cal want Chapter Eleven to drive through Detroit on their way home for Milton's funeral?
(a) He wants to shop for an outfit to wear to the funeral.
(b) He wants to revisit the settings of her family's history.
(c) He wants to delay seeing Tessie for the first time since deciding to live as a man.
(d) He wants to stop and visit some of Milton's old friends.
2. What do Zora and Cal have in common?
(a) They were both sexually abused.
(b) They both live as women.
(c) They are both homosexuals.
(d) They both have XY chromosomes.
3. What concerns Dr. Luce most about Callie's disappearance?
(a) Dr. Luce wants to begin treatment of Callie immediately.
(b) Dr. Luce believes that Callie is in a fragile psychological state after discovering the nature of her condition.
(c) Dr. Luce believes Callie has false information about her condition and would like to set her straight.
(d) Dr. Luce believes Callie was abducted.
4. Why does the Object say she is happy that Callie's family is going on vacation to Turkey?
(a) She wants to have a chance to spend more time with Rex.
(b) She feels like her relationship with Callie is becoming too weird.
(c) She is concerned about Callie's romantic advances towards her.
(d) She does not want her brother, Jerome to seduce Callie.
5. How does Callie respond to Jerome's sexual advances?
(a) She reciprocates his affection.
(b) She ignores, but gives into them because she is watching the Object.
(c) She is initially inviting, but stops him before having sex.
(d) She pushes him away and leaves the lodge.
6. Who discovers Callie's unusual genitals in this chapter?
(a) The emergency room doctor and nurse.
(b) Dr. Luce.
(d) The Object.
7. Where do Callie and the Object spend most of their days in the summer?
(a) At the Object's house.
(b) At the Object's family's summer home.
(c) At Callie's house.
(d) The Grosse Pointe Club swimming pool.
8. How does the Object act towards Callie the morning after the hunting lodge visit?
(a) She does not talk to Callie.
(b) She is eager to hear details about Callie's night with Jerome.
(c) She is eager to tell Callie about her feelings for Rex.
(d) She is angry at Callie for having sex with her brother.
9. What does the Object tell Callie that she (Callie) sees "no irony in"?
(a) Jerome's movie is sure to be a flop.
(b) The Object has romantic feelings for Callie.
(c) She and Jerome were never meant to be.
(d) Callie would be the perfect boyfriend.
10. What does Desdemona confess to Cal?
(a) She had secretly been in love with Dr. Philobosian for years.
(b) She and Lefty were brother and sister as well as husband and wife.
(c) She never loved Lefty.
(d) She wishes that she and Lefty had never left Turkey.
11. Why does Chapter Eleven become interested in current events and politics?
(a) He plans to study political science at the University of Michigan.
(b) He is 18 and now eligible to be drafted into the military.
(c) He hopes to run for political office in the future.
(d) He is interested in and identifies with President Nixon.
12. Why does Dr. Luce show Callie a pornographic movie?
(a) To try to determine her sexual orientation.
(b) To see if it will embarrass or excite her.
(c) To relax her.
(d) To show her an example of hermaphroditism.
13. What does Milton wear to his and Tessie's appointment with Dr. Luce for good luck?
(a) A charcoal pinstripe suit.
(b) His Greek Drama cuff links.
(c) A beret.
(d) A Countess Mara tie.
14. Who does the Object develop a crush on that upsets Callie?
(a) Chapter Eleven.
(b) Rex Reese.
15. What is Jerome's hobby?
(a) Making horror movies.
(c) Watching horror movies.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Callie attribute the changes in Chapter Eleven to?
2. Who is Meg Zemka?
3. What is Dr. Luce's specialty?
4. What was Dr. Luce's main purpose for recommending the particular treatment that he does for Callie?
5. Why do the homeless men beat Cal?
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