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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. In Rising with Surtsey, Phillip Haughtree writes what type of novels?
2. Which recording device was used by the party?
(a) Casette recorder.
(c) Reel to reel.
3. The professor laughed when one of the men suggested that the sweller might be which of the following?
4. The man describes his inner life as becoming a short of _____ feast.
5. What is the man's occupation?
(c) Telephone repairman.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the languages is not translated into English?
2. What is the name of Gardner's secretary?
3. Which of the following is not mentioned as a downfall to a good story?
4. The narrator in The Terror From the Depths is _____ Reuter Fischer.
5. The teacher is asked to serve as which of the following:
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Dorgan find when he goes searching for Gardner? What are Gardner's instructions?
2. What was unusual about Georg Fischer's father? What unusual tragedies have happened to Georg Fischer's family?
3. Who is Dr. Ambrose Dexter? Why is he important in the story? What does Fiske find when he meets Dexter?
4. What item has deeply affected Josiah Alwyn? What is Grandfather Alwyn's obsession?
5. In the story Cold Print, the main character is Strutt. Who is Strutt? What is his personality?
6. Why is Willie sent to Uncle Fred and Aunt Lucy's farm? What does Willie find that frightens him?
7. What happens to Professor Gardner at Rick's Lake? Who takes on Gardner's case?
8. What is the prequel to The Shadow from the Steeple? In The Shadow from the Steeple Fiske arrives on the scene with a specific focus. What is Fiske's focus?
9. Who is the protagonist in "The Salem Horror?" What kind of unusual circumstance does the man face when looking for a place to live and work?
10. Why does the quest for Lang and Urquart seem fruitless and hopeless?
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