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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the narrator of "Martha Stewart's Vagina" say the interior vagina should be?
2. What does Al Haig give up to get Ford to sign Nixon's pardon?
3. What does the narrator of "Martha Stewart's Vagina" suggest be installed inside the vagina?
4. What product helps deal with hair problems for men according to the narrator of "Da Vinci: the Lost Notebook," ?
5. What is the style of Diana's letter to Mother Teresa?
Short Essay Questions
1. What role does the narrator play in "Breakfast at Kennedy's"?
2. What do you think of the relationship between Senor Jangles and James MacPherson in "Local News"?
3. Compare and contrast the characters of the Devil and William Gates as described in the short story.
4. What is mentioned in "The Last Supper" about the source of the New Testament?
5. Describe the setting for this story as given in the beginning of "Breakfast at Kennedy's."
6. What explanation does Stewart give about his inaccurate predictions in "The Cult"?
7. Describe the differences between the narrator and Jack Kennedy.
8. What is the purpose of the last short story?
9. Describe the basis for "Martha Stewart's Vagina."
10. Describe how Martha says the exterior of the vagina should look, according to the narrator of "Martha Stewart's Vagina."
Essay Topic 1
Stewart's story, "Vincent and Theo on AOL," presents brothers who appear to be very different from one another. Compare and contrast Vincent and Theo. How are their worldviews different? How are they the same? Be sure to use specific examples from the reading.
Essay Topic 2
What tone does Stewart use in "The Last Supper, or the Dead Waiter"? Do you think the tone matches the content of the story? If not, why do you think Stewart would pair a lighthearted tone with a story with serious content?
Essay Topic 3
Which secondary character in Stewart's book do you think has the most significant impact on a story? In what context does this occur? Do you think Stewart meant for this character to have such an impact?
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