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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. What does the narrator do at the Kennedys' home?
(a) Mows grass.
(b) Lies in bed.
(c) Feeds the horses.
(d) Installs irrigation.
2. What does Eileen Hanson apologize for in her letter?
(a) Writing it on Hanson letterhead.
(b) Her family.
(c) The tear-stained stationery.
(d) The Christmas photo.
3. How many pages of drawings are in da Vinci's notebook?
(a) Five hundred.
4. What century was da Vinci's notebook written in "Da Vinci: The Lost Notebook"?
5. What does the narrator of "Martha Stewart's Vagina" say the interior vagina should be?
(a) A multifaceted everyspace.
(d) Ready for business.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Ford's steward try to convince Ford of?
2. Why is Eileen Hanson suicidal?
3. The narrator of "Pen Pals" claims that who is the biggest fan of Mother Teresa?
4. What does Al Haig give up to get Ford to sign Nixon's pardon?
5. How does Eileen Hanson refer to her boys' musical endeavors?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the differences between the narrator and Jack Kennedy.
2. What events in "The Last Supper" are meant to be humorous?
3. Why does Princess Diana want to be pen pals with Mother Teresa as stated in "Pen Pals"?
4. How is Jack Kennedy characterized in "Breakfast at Kennedy's"? Do you think this is a favorable description?
5. Explain the symbolic meaning of da Vinci's lost notebook in "Da Vinci: the Lost Notebook."
6. Describe the basis for "Martha Stewart's Vagina."
7. How are Princess Diana and Mother Teresa different as they are portrayed in "Pen Pals"? How are they the same?
8. Which drawing in da Vinci's notebook do you think sounds the most interesting?
9. What is mentioned in "The Last Supper" about the source of the New Testament?
10. How is the disappearance of da Vinci's notebook explained in "Da Vinci: the Lost Notebook"?
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