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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. How long has it been since Nikki disappeared?
(a) 40 years.
(b) 30 years.
(c) 20 years.
(d) 10 years.
2. Sabbath often feels the presence of which of his departed relatives?
(b) His father.
(c) His mother.
(d) His stillborn sister.
3. What caused Roseanna's nervous breakdown?
(a) Sabbath's affair with a student.
(b) A miscarriage.
(c) Sabbath's career loss.
(d) Her mother's death.
4. Which of the following anti-Semitic comments does Nikki make to Sabbath after her mother's death?
(a) She accuses Sabbath of not wanting to pay for a nice funeral because he is Jewish and cheap.
(b) She says that it is cold of the Jews to bury their dead so quickly.
(c) She makes fun of Sabbath for wearing a yarmulke during the funeral.
(d) She says that her mother died heartbroken because Nikki married a Jew.
5. How do the people at Linc's office feel about what happened to him?
Short Answer Questions
1. How did Sabbath feel about the manner in which Nikki handled her mother's death?
2. Why was Drenka hurt when Barrett stopped speaking to her?
3. At the beginning of Part 3, who calls Sabbath to give him the news about Linc?
4. What about Matija strikes Sabbath?
5. What attracted Drenka to her husband, Matija?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Drenka unable to discuss Matthew's career with Matija?
2. What torments Sabbath after Drenka's death?
3. What happened at Sabbath's trial?
4. What are some of the reasons that are detailed in Part 3 about Sabbath and his wife "hating" one another?
5. How is Drenka described in Part 1?
6. Why was Drenka initially attracted to her husband, Matija?
7. What ultimatum is issued at the beginning of Part 1?
8. What caused Matija to end his encounter with Sabbath abruptly, but politely?
9. What was the "Romance Run"?
10. Why did Sabbath quit directing?
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