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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What metaphor does Sidney Poitier use to characterize the two American debates on life?
(a) River banks
(c) Warring bulls
(d) World powers
2. To what mythological figure does Ouisa compare Geoffrey when she describes him?
3. What color is the shirt that the Kittredges give to Paul?
4. According to Flan in this section, Geoffrey has recently sold a print by what modern artist?
(b) De Kooning
5. What article of clothing does Flan look at and think of Van Gogh?
(a) A hat
(b) His shoes
(c) His sport coat
(d) His ties
6. How many workers does Ouisa say Geoffrey has working in one of his mines?
7. Which of the following is not a black celebrity that Geoffrey thinks could take part in his film festival?
(a) Eddie Murphy
(b) Bill Cosby
(c) Diana Ross
(d) Richard Pryor
8. Where do the prospective buyers for Flan's Cezanne live?
(c) Hong Kong
9. At the end of this section, Ouisa tells Flan that God's name is what?
10. To what artist's work does Flan compare his children's paintings in the second grade?
11. Who tells Paul to leave the condo in this section?
(b) No one
(c) The Hustler
12. Which of the following characters tries to leave in the chaos of applying first aid to Paul?
13. Who does Flan stop Geoffrey from calling in this section?
(a) Geoffrey's wife
(b) Sidney Poitier
(c) The Japanese
14. According to the saying Ouisa quotes in this section, what do all artists dream of?
15. In what country are the coal miners whom Gorbachev is cheering, according to Ouisa?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the New York Times send contributors of the anecdotes Flan and Ouisa mention at the end of this section?
2. At what time does Paul say he has to meet his father?
3. As Flan describes his dream, he says that he does not treat his painting like what?
4. What is the only article of clothing the Hustler is wearing when he emerges from Paul's bedroom?
5. As Ouisa considers the idea of being murdered in her sleep, what does she wonder aloud?
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