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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 is the name of the bridge where Windle Poons goes after becoming undead?
(a) Brass Bridge.
(b) Diamond Bridge.
(c) Ankh Bridge.
(d) Heckler Bridge.
2. Who gives Mrs. Cake the brush-off when she shows up at the university looking for help?
3. What is the name of the wife of the male vampire at the Fresh Start Club?
4. What title does the Patrician have in Ankh-Morpork?
(a) Mayoral dictator.
(c) Lieutenant Sergeant.
5. Where do mysterious objects first start appearing in the book?
(a) In a sink.
(b) A cupboard.
(c) In a church.
(d) In Windle's home.
Short Answer Questions
1. What inanimate objects first begin moving on their own in the book?
2. What does Death find a backlog on his desk when sent back to his study in a dream?
3. Where does Windle Poons retrieve some hidden money?
4. What does the friend the medium contacts say is crowded and is causing poltergeist activity?
5. What do the indistinct gray figures say the incarnation of Death has developed at the beginning of the book?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the narrator compare two experiences of life with mayflies and pine trees?
2. How does Bill Door react when Miss Flitworth tells him to save a little girl from a fire?
3. How does the gardener, Modo, react when Windle Poons comes out of his grave?
4. How does Death find a job after taking of the persona of Bill Door?
5. How does Bill Door react after Miss Flitworth asks him to help her kill rats and a chicken?
6. What happens when Mrs. Cake contacts One-Man-Bucket for the first time in the book?
7. How does the narrator describe how the persona of Death was created?
8. How is the Morris dance first described?
9. What does the narrator explain is the repercussion of the absence of death?
10. How is the nature of Lupine's character first described in the book?
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