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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. In Part 4, what does Sabbath think that his mother's spirit is encouraging him to do?
(a) Reconcile with Roseanna.
(b) Commit suicide.
(c) Visit Drenka one last time.
(d) Find Nikki.
2. Why did Sabbath leave New York the first time?
(a) Because he was going crazy searching for Nikki.
(b) Because he wanted to be closer to his family.
(c) Because he wanted to live closer to Roseanna.
(d) Because he had lost his job and had no reason to stay.
3. What about Matija strikes Sabbath?
(a) His physical deformities.
(b) His dignity and composure.
(c) His intense sadness.
(d) His hostile attitude toward Sabbath.
4. In Part 2, what does Sabbath say to Drenka's ghost while he is at her grave?
(a) He proposes marriage to her.
(b) He tells her that he loves her, and wishes that he had told her so.
(c) He blames her for his marital troubles.
(d) He reveals his plot to kill Matija.
5. How do the people at Linc's office feel about what happened to him?
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Sabbath respond when Roseanna demands to know why he stayed with her when she was a drunk?
2. What was the first thing that triggered Roseanna's hatred for Sabbath?
3. Why does Sabbath think that Nikki committed suicide?
4. Who is Matthew?
5. What personal crisis led to Roseanna's hospital stay in 1989?
Short Essay Questions
1. At the end of Chapter 3, what happens at Drenka's grave?
2. Why does Sabbath live off of Roseanna's salary?
3. What was the "Romance Run"?
4. Why is Drenka unable to discuss Matthew's career with Matija?
5. How did Sabbath meet Christa?
6. What caused Matija to end his encounter with Sabbath abruptly, but politely?
7. In what political environment was Drenka raised?
8. How did Nikki handle her mother's death?
9. What happened between Sabbath, Drenka, and Christa?
10. What happened at Sabbath's trial?
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