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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 a small child tell Bill Door he looks like just after moving to Discworld?
(a) A healthy person.
(b) A happy man.
(c) A skeleton with clothes on.
(d) A myserious figure.
2. Where does Windle Poons retrieve some hidden money?
(a) In a closet.
(b) Under some floorboards.
(c) Under his mattress.
(d) In a safe.
3. What does Bill Door complain is too noisy in Miss Flitworth's parlor?
(a) Her radio.
(b) Her dog.
(c) Her clock.
(d) Her bird.
4. What is the name of Miss Flitworth's long lost fiancé?
5. Who walks Windle Poons home after his first meeting of the Fresh Start Club?
Short Answer Questions
1. What room does Windle Poons break into at the Unseen University?
2. What inanimate objects first begin moving on their own in the book?
3. What is the name of the medium whose ceiling caves in from the poltergeist activity in the book?
4. What does Miss Flitworth try to kill with poisoned food?
5. Who does the medium decide to ask for help after discovering the reason for the poltergeist activity in the book?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Windle's friends react after he comes back from the dead?
2. What does the gray robes that the wizards conjure tell them about Death?
3. What does Windle Poons' spirit do after Death doesn't show up to collect him?
4. What happens when Bill Door sees a gray figure with his shattered lifetimer in the barn during a dream?
5. How are the wizards almost injured by a chandelier in the book?
6. How does the narrator describe how the persona of Death was created?
7. How does the narrator compare two experiences of life with mayflies and pine trees?
8. What does Cut-Me-Own-Throat Dibbler tell Sergeant Colon is happening in his cellar?
9. How is Miss Flitwotrh's parlor described in the book?
10. How does Bill Door use the scythe to cut Miss Fitworth's grass?
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