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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. When Booth, Tookey, and the man arrive at the car, what do they discover?
(a) It is on fire.
(b) It has been smashed.
(c) It is empty.
(d) It is gone.
2. Who is the first person narrator in One For the Road?
(a) A vampire.
(d) The man.
3. When does Norris' trouble start?
(a) When he starts dealing drugs.
(b) When he threatens a mobster.
(c) When he falls in love with a client.
(d) When he falls off the ledge.
4. What does Cressner reveal to Norris?
(a) That he killed Norris' lover.
(b) That he married Norris' lover.
(c) That he plans to kill Norris.
(d) That he pushed Norris' lover off the ledge.
5. What year is The Man Who Loved Flowers set in?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of the young man's special lady in The Man Who Loved Flowers?
2. In The Woman in the Room, what is Johnny's mother dying of?
3. Why does Harold decide to hire someone to mow his lawn?
4. What connection does Ed have with Elizabeth's boyfriend?
5. What is the consequence of Morrison cheating the second time on program to quit smoking?
Short Essay Questions
1. What evidence points to the narrator of Strawberry Spring being the serial killer?
2. How can The Woman in the Room still be considered a horror story though it is not the traditional kind?
3. What convinces Morrison to quit smoking?
4. What type of person is Stan Norris in The Ledge?
5. What has ironically turned into a source of danger in One for the Road and how?
6. How does marital discord influence the story in Children of the Corn?
7. What is Harold horrified to learn about the man he hired to mow his lawn in The Lawnmower Man?
8. What does "strawberry spring" refer to?
9. What do people think about the young man in The Man Who Loved Flowers and is their assumption correct?
10. What decision does Johnny struggle with in The Woman in the Room?
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