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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the name of the man whom Lisa marries?
2. Who tells about the little black girl who asked to touch her hair?
(a) The Spanish teacher.
(b) The author's mother.
(c) The author's sister.
(d) The math teacher.
3. When does Lisa's wedding take place?
4. Where does the author go to meet his hitchhiking friend after his second year in college?
(b) San Francisco.
(d) Los Angeles.
5. What does David's boss find him doing?
(a) Replacing money in her purse.
(b) Beating up his coworker.
(c) Stealing money from her purse.
(d) Snorting cocaine.
6. Where are the author and his sister sent to summer camp in "I Like Guys"?
7. How long does the author write that the bus from North Carolina to Oregon takes?
(a) One week.
(b) Four days.
(c) Three days.
(d) Six days.
8. What is the name of the girl who is befriended by the author's roommate in "I Like Guys"?
9. What is the name of the man whom the author and Veronica worked for picking apples?
10. What is the name of the boy who sleeps in the bunk below David at camp?
11. Where in Oregon is the author going in "C.O.G."?
12. Near what sea is the summer camp located which the author goes to?
(a) The Asiatic Sea.
(b) The Red Sea.
(c) The Balkan Sea.
(d) The Ionian Sea.
13. What do the girls in the Sedaris household play?
14. What color walls does the narrator describe the Piccadilly as having?
15. What does acting bear a striking resemblance to, when done with precision, according to the author?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does the narrator transfer after his first year in college?
2. What does C.O.G. stand for?
3. Who does the author hitchhike cross-country with, who was creating his own college major in Beat literature?
4. What is the name of the author's first roommate at Kent State?
5. What does David's coworker tell the woman whose apartment they're painting about David?
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