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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 what year did a major event happen on Gallow's Hill?
2. Which of the following is not mentioned as a downfall to a good story?
(a) Anthropocentric point of view.
(b) Commonplace imagery.
(c) Ordinary adjectives.
(d) Unsatisfactory denouement.
3. The man considers his external life to be ____.
4. The mill workers were which nationality?
5. The teacher is asked to serve as which of the following:
(a) High priest.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does the story take place?
2. Which character from a previous story is mentioned?
3. On what street is the mill located?
4. What is the name of the narrator in Notebook Found in a Deserted House?
5. Who does the teacher meet in the bookstore?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when Cousin Frank Osborne arrives? Who is the first to disappear? What is determined by Willie?
2. Who are Phillip and Julian Haughtree? What is their profession? What happens to Julian? What is the cause of Julian's issue? What happens to Julian regarding medical care?
3. Who is Albert Wilmarth? Why is he an important part of the story?
4. Who is Professor Upton Gardner? How does he become involved in the mystery at Rick's Lake?
5. Who are the main characters in the story In My Boat? Who is the protagonist? Where did the characters meet?
6. After Al and Cissie sail off aboard the yacht, they disappear from the scene. What has happened to Al and Cissie?
7. Paul Lang learns about an ancient manuscript called the Voynich. What does Lang do when he cannot find a copy of the text?
8. What were some of the things that could serve as proof of the threshold and what lay beyond?
9. Why is Willie sent to Uncle Fred and Aunt Lucy's farm? What does Willie find that frightens him?
10. What was unusual about Georg Fischer's father? What unusual tragedies have happened to Georg Fischer's family?
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