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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who now ruled the Furstenberg-Barcalona homeland?
2. What are the writer's final words?
3. Who is not on the Twelve Most Famous Redheads list in Chapter Twenty?
4. What is the only serious question mentioned in Chapter Two?
5. What does Leigh-Cheri say she would name the combined monarchy of all disposed royalty?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do they say, "Have a nice day," in the writer's country?
2. What kind of relationship does Leigh-Cheri have with Gulietta?
3. In Chapter Thirty-Six there is a lengthy explanation about the difference between ideas and objects. In summary, what is said about the two?
4. Why does Bernard tell Leigh-Cheri he understands why she needs to get out of the sun?
5. What is the rat/mongoose-crime/cop analogy?
6. What does his use of metaphors tell about the writer's expectations for his new electric typewriter?
7. Why does Bernard Mickey Wrangle go by so many names?
8. What is wrong with the color of the writer's typewriter?
9. What groups, many of which make their home on Maui, want to participate in the Care Fest and why?
10. As her plane lands in Maui, what thoughts does Leigh-Cheri have about herself?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What leads Leigh-Cheri to use the metaphor of a smoker's lung as a naked virgin sacrificed into godfire? Why does she use this example? Explain her reasoning.
Essay Topic 2
How did Leigh-Cheri sell A'ben Fizel on the idea of building a pyramid? Wasn't it a far-fetched idea? Why did he agree, knowing the project would take a long time and a lot of money to complete? Was it a loving gesture or a business deal? What kind of relationship did they have? Were they in love or business partners with fringe benefits?
Essay Topic 3
What is the symbolism of the bedtime story that was read to Leigh-Cheri every night until she was fifteen?
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