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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the setting of Chapter 16?
(a) Hassan Hospital
(b) AJ's apartment
(c) Hassan's Rumpus Room
(d) The Old Court House
2. Who does the Salesman sell random useless kitchen equipment to?
(a) An American housewife
(b) Pat Sajack
(c) Carl Peterson
(d) William Lee
3. What word refers to compulsory isolation, typically to contain the spread of something considered dangerous, often but not always disease?
4. What is the name of the girl performing with the theater troupe?
5. What word refers to the turning point marking a change, for the better or the worse?
6. The author writes, “The subway sweeps by with a black blast of” what?
7. What does the Sailor tell the boy is broken?
(a) His connection
(b) His elevator
(c) His record player
(d) His car
8. In literature, what refers to the inherent incompatibility between the objectives of two or more characters or forces?
9. Where does William travel to using skid row?
(a) Grand Central Station
(b) The Lower East Side
(c) Market Street Museum
(d) Wall Street
10. Who does William offer to set up when speaking with Hauser and O’Brien?
(a) Carl Peterson
(b) Juan Huarez
(c) Miguel Diaz
(d) Marty Steel
11. What is William trying to avoid in his court case?
12. Who is described as a con man?
13. Where does the Lieutenant tell Hauser to go to do his pickup?
(a) The Hotel Lamprey
(b) The Arlington Hotel
(c) The Chelsea Hotel
(d) The Anderson Hotel
14. Where does the Sailor keep a package of drug paraphernalia at his house?
(a) Under the washstand
(b) In the cookie jar
(c) Under the rug
(d) On top of the fridge
15. What is Hauser ordered to search for in William’s hotel room?
(b) Drug paraphernalia
(c) Illegal prostitutes
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did William get into the habit of using a regular syringe for his shots?
2. Who directs the theater troupe performance in Chapter 11?
3. Where does William warn people to stay away from?
4. What term refers to the main character of a literary narrative?
5. What does Andrew Keif do for a living?
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