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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. Why does the young prostitute at #13 tell Persse Angelica/Lily was at her house?
(a) To clean the house.
(b) To work as a prostitute.
(c) To babysit.
(d) To borrow a dress.
2. What does Persse do while waiting for the travel agents to set up his rental house?
(a) He applies for an American Express card.
(b) He sends Morris Zapp a postcard.
(c) He has lunch.
(d) He calls his mother.
3. Who is revealed as Lily and Angelica's biological father?
(a) Morris Zapp.
(b) Arthur Kingfisher.
(c) Rudyard Parkinson.
(d) Ernesto Morgana.
4. Where does Persse discover that Angelica studied for a year?
(b) The Sorbonne.
(c) University College, Dublin.
5. Who does ELIZA tell Robin Dempsey will get the UNESCO chair?
(a) Persse McGarrigle.
(b) Robin Dempsey.
(c) Arthur Kingfisher.
(d) Philip Swallow.
Short Answer Questions
1. What career has Hilary decided she wants to pursue?
2. What travel arrangements does Morris hint at for his rather last-minute invitee?
3. Who anonymously sends Morris Zapp a newspaper cutting?
4. Which one of these professors does not speak at "The Function of Criticism" forum?
5. What author is the subject of the conference Morris Zapp attends in Zurich?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are Morris Zapp's reasons for inviting Arthur Kingfisher to his Jerusalem conference?
2. What is the purpose of the MLA?
3. What is Josh Collins' concern with Robin Dempsey's frequent presence in the Computer Centre?
4. What professional news does Persse receive at the party in the penthouse?
5. Describe the James Joyce Pub.
6. Describe the streets of the red light district.
7. What is Morris Zapp's routine at Lake Como?
8. What has happened to Howard Ringbaum?
9. What is Joy's explanation for sleeping with Philip when he was in Genoa?
10. How does Persse miss the train to Geneva on which Angelica is traveling?
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