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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 are the indistinct gray figures that discuss the incarnation of Death at the beginning of the book?
(a) Auditors of Reality.
(b) Grim reapers.
2. What does the narrator explain is building up in the world in the absence of death?
3. What is the name of the wolfman?
(a) Reg Shoe.
4. What is the name that Death takes on when he acts as a human?
(a) Reg Shoe.
(b) Bill Door.
(c) Windle Poons.
(d) Senior Wrangler.
5. What does Windle find the gardener at the Unseen University using instead of a wheelbarrow?
(a) A shopping cart.
(b) A wire basket.
(c) A golf cart.
(d) A truck.
Short Answer Questions
1. What title does the Patrician have in Ankh-Morpork?
2. What is the name of the device Death has that measures the remaining days of his life?
3. Where does the wizard who dies at the beginning of the book wake up after dying?
4. What do the mysterious objects that begin appearing in the book resemble?
5. How many hours does Bill Door discover someone has stolen from his lifetimer while in a hayloft?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Bill Door do to Miss Flitworth's clock while visiting with her?
2. What happens when Windle Poons realizes Schleppel followed him home after the Fresh Start Club meeting?
3. How is Windle Poons described after the wizards bury him in a coffin while undead?
4. What happens when Windle Poons goes into the Shades?
5. How does the narrator describe how the persona of Death was created?
6. What happens when Bill Door sees a gray figure with his shattered lifetimer in the barn during a dream?
7. How does Bill Door use the scythe to cut Miss Fitworth's grass?
8. What does the narrator explain is the repercussion of the absence of death?
9. How is Windle Poons' first suicide attempt described?
10. How is Miss Flitwotrh's parlor described in the book?
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