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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. Jacob Kahn describes Asher as "too religious" to be which type of artist?
(c) Abstract Expressionist.
2. Where does Asher have his first experience of painting a nude?
(a) An art class at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
(b) At home.
(c) In school.
(d) Jacob Kahn's studio.
3. When the reviewers attack the Brooklyn Crucifixions, Anna Schaeffer calls them what name?
(d) Ignorant people.
4. Besides learning art, what does Asher learn from Jacob Kahn in Chapter 10?
(a) Playing golf.
(b) Reading French.
5. After word has gotten around about the Brooklyn Crucifixions, where does the Rebbe ask Asher to live?
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 14, which character does Asher call to ask about his parents?
2. To whom is Jacob Kahn referring when he mentions the "old Spaniard"?
3. Where does Jacob Kahn take Asher for the summer?
4. What type of refreshments do they have at Asher's last show?
5. Where do Asher's parents eat after the show?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Asher's surroundings while he lives with Jacob Kahn in Provincetown.
2. What objects does Asher notice in his parents' bedroom?
3. Describe the sculpture that Jacob Kahn specifically keeps for himself in Chapter 11, purportedly at his wife's request.
4. How does Jacob Kahn respond when Asher asks him if the artist he had just visited was happy?
5. Describe how Anna Schaeffer looks.
6. What does Asher do for the summer while Jacob Kahn campaigns for Kennedy?
7. Before meeting with Jacob Kahn for the first time, Asher receives an assignment from him to read a story from the New Testament. What is the story? How does Asher feel about reading it?
8. What does Asher draw for his enemy classmate? Describe the picture.
9. Describe how Jacob Kahn looks in Chapter 14.
10. How does Asher describe the difference between a naked woman and a nude?
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