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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 is Fulvia wearing while she and Morris have dinner?
(a) Her work clothes.
(b) A pair of leggings and one of her husband's shirts.
(c) A silk kimono.
(d) A long white wool robe.
2. Which author's works is Akbil Borak trying to finish?
(a) Arthur Kingfisher's.
(b) Ronald Frobisher's.
(c) William Hazlitt's.
(d) William Shakespeare's.
3. Where did Philip's plane make an emergency landing?
(b) Los Angeles.
4. What detail of Morris' life intrigues Fulvia?
(a) That his ex-wife wrote "Difficult Days."
(b) That he doesn't drink alcohol.
(c) That he is a deconstructionist.
(d) That his brother is a famous rock star.
5. What delays Morris Zapp's flight in Rummidge?
(a) Mechanical problems.
(c) Heavy wind.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Morris leave the room to get before Philip tells his story?
2. What does "McGarrigle" mean in Irish?
3. With whom have the Ringbaums tagged along to the prizegiving party?
4. What is Persse drinking at the Royal Academy of Literature's prizegiving party?
5. With what country is Frobisher doing a radio interview after the prizegiving party?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Morris' advice to Philip regarding his conference?
2. What is the content of Desiree Zapp's conversation with her agent?
3. What personal story does Robin Dempsey tell Persse at the sherry reception?
4. What joke does Angelica play on both Robin Dempsey and Persse?
5. What two letters from London are awaiting Persse McGarrigle when he returns to Limerick?
6. What is the minor argument between Michel Tardieu and Albert about?
7. What is Ronald Frobisher's opinion on literary prizes?
8. How does the Ringbaums' day go after landing in London?
9. How does Philip Swallow's first day in Turkey go?
10. Why is Dr. Akbil Borak reading the entire "Collected Works of William Hazlitt"?
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