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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 kind of weather do Bill Door and Miss Flitworth endure while trying to collect their harvest?
(b) A thunderstorm.
(c) A hailstorm.
2. What color marble does Ludmilla find under the pyramid?
3. What is the name of the invention the town blacksmith creates and shows to Bill Door and Miss Flitworth?
(a) The reaper.
(b) The bulldozer.
(c) The cotton gin.
(d) The combination harvester.
4. What does the person Bill Door hires to destroy his scythe first try to destroy it with?
5. What is Bill Door disgusted by regarding the new incarnation of Death when he first sees him?
(a) His mask.
(b) His blatant posing.
(c) His new outfit.
(d) His scythe.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following things is not in the chest of Miss Flitworth's that does not contain gold?
2. What is everyone in town amazed at when they see the combination harvester work for the first time?
3. Who appears and gives Windle Poons a note of a death prediction?
4. Where does Death take Miss Flitworth near the end of the book?
5. What does Bill Door flee into after his lifetimer empties?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Bill Door feel about the person who replaced him as the persona of Death?
2. How is Death's visit to a flower shop described?
3. What favor does Windle Poons ask of Mrs. Cake before wandering off in the book?
4. How does Miss Flitworth learn that Bill Door is really Death?
5. How is Mrs. Cake's séance with One-Man-Bucket described?
6. How do the wizards react when the trolleys begin increasing in number?
7. How does Schleppel help people escape the pink tubing in the book?
8. What is the nature of Bill Door's request for Ned Simnel to destroy his scythe?
9. What is the nature of the leaflets Windle Poons finds coming from the top of the pyramid?
10. What does Windle Poons decide about what it means for a city to be alive?
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