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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Brautigan finds a statue of a what in Trout Fishing in America's Chapter 23, "On Paradise"?
(a) American Soldier.
(b) Benjamin Franklin.
(c) Civilian Conserevation Corps worker.
(d) Greek Goddess.
2. Brautigan writes in Chapter 8, "Grider Creek" of Trout Fishing in America that the large creeks were running muddy from the snow melting off what mountains?
(a) Golden Mountains.
(b) Marble Mountains.
(c) Boonville Mountains.
(d) Silver Mountains.
3. The third recipe listed, by Brautigan in Chapter 6, "Another Way of Making Walnut Catsup" of Trout Fishing in America, is for "A Spoonful _____."
4. A pound of what is added to Walnut Catsup in Chapter 6, "Another Way of Making Walnut Catsup" in Trout Fishing in America?
5. In Chapter 42, "The Cleveland Wrecking Yard," of Trout Fishing in America, Brautigan takes a San Francisco bus to the Cleveland Wrecking Yard, where a used trout stream is for sale at ___ per foot.
6. In Trout Fishing in America's Chapter 37, "The Last Time I Saw Trout Fishing in America," Brautigan encounters Trout Fishing in America while fishing where in Idaho?
(a) Big Wood River.
(b) Jacksonville River.
(c) Little Creek River.
(d) Sawtooth River.
7. Where does Brautigan find a cabin in Trout Fishing in America's Chapter 27, "The Teddy Roosevelt Chingader"?
(a) Oregon Falls.
(b) Little Redfish Lake.
(c) Tom Anderson Creek.
(d) Steelhead Lake.
8. In Trout Fishing in America's Chapter 17, "The Message," Brautigan receives a message by his camp in which says what?
(b) "Remember the alamo."
(c) "I Like Ike."
9. What has been placed along the creek to kill coyotes in Trout Fishing in America's Chapter 25, "The Salt Creek Coyotes"?
(a) Poisoned meat.
(b) Steel wire.
(c) Metal traps.
(d) Cyanide capsules.
10. Brautigan presents recipes for dining with whom in Chapter 6, "Another Way of Making Walnut Catsup" of Trout Fishing in America?
(a) Benjamin Franklin.
(b) Alexander Wilde.
(c) Marcus Arelius.
(d) Maria Callais.
11. What does the funeral wreath say on the plant in Chapter 9, "The Ballet for Trout Fishing in America" in Trout Fishing in America?
(a) "Gone Fishing."
(b) "I Like Ike."
(c) "I'm for Nixon."
(d) "Away West."
12. The notorious criminal, in Trout Fishing in America's Chapter 22, "The Mayor of the 20th Century," is compared to who?
(a) Bad Boy Nelson.
(b) Jesse James.
(c) Ted Kawinski.
(d) Jack the Ripper.
13. In Trout Fishing in America, Hayman Creek is named for Charles Hayman, an unpleasant old man who caught and ate ____ trout in his shack near the creek.
14. Where, near the Klamath River in Trout Fishing in America, does Brautigan gets lost in a wilderness of brush and poison oak?
(a) Sal Winter Creek.
(b) Borristown Creek.
(c) Tom Martin Creek.
(d) Anderson Creek.
15. In Chapter 7, "Prologue to Grider Creek" of Trout Fishing in America, a man buys a house whose basement is filled with what?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Brautigan refer to as "the John Dillinger capital of America" in Trout Fishing in America?
2. In Chapter 36, "Sandbox Minus John Dillinger Equals What?" of Trout Fishing in America, who does Brautigan recall setting up John Dillinger?
3. In 1956, who spoke under the tall cypress tree described in Chapter 1, "The Cover for Trout Fishing in America"?
4. What is written above the door of the church described in Chapter 1, "The Cover for Trout Fishing in America"?
5. Where does Brautigan recall watching a Deanna Durbin movie seven times in Trout Fishing in America?
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