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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What kind of answers do Catholics abide by?
2. Legend has it that St. Francis converted what?
(a) A bear.
(b) A wolf.
(c) A mouse.
(d) A snake.
3. What is the name of the college publication that printed a symposium on the subject of the lack of Catholic writers?
(a) Four Seasons.
(b) Four Fifths.
(c) Four Square.
(d) Four Quarters.
4. What part of Catholicism does O'Connor say should help a person penetrate realities?
5. What Christian denomination does O'Connor follow?
6. Which of O'Connor's relatives did a man ask to relay a message to her about her type of characters?
(a) Her uncle.
(b) Her cousin.
(c) Her father.
(d) Her brother.
7. O'Connor says a society is understood by what?
(a) Its stories.
(b) Its government.
(c) Its location.
(d) Its elderly.
8. At the beginning of "Total Effect and the Eighth Grade," how many instances does O'Connor mention parents objecting to their child's reading assignments?
9. When does O'Connor say she figured out what fiction was?
(a) While getting a Master's degree.
(b) While in middle school.
(c) While attending community college.
(d) While in high school.
10. What is the name of O'Connor's posthumous book of stories?
(a) The Enduring Chill.
(c) A View of the Woods.
(d) Everything That Rises Must Converge.
11. What is the nickname for the South?
(a) The Bible Layer.
(b) The Bible Area.
(c) The Bible District.
(d) The Bible Belt.
12. Who does O'Connor say acts as a middleman between readers and writers?
13. Who does O'Connor believe should do the evangelizing?
14. O'Connor mentions instances where parents from what state object to their child's reading assignments?
15. In what month did O'Connor present materials from "The Church and the Fiction Writer" during a talk at a college?
Short Answer Questions
1. Freedom is of no use without what?
2. Who said if you want to write stories not to drive the poor from your doorstep?
3. Who is the author that O'Connor says is not a good writer, but his intent should not be judged?
4. How many fundamental truths do Catholic writers live and work in?
5. What does the Catholic reader separate nature from?
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