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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. Who tends to more publicly lose touch with themselves and with God, according to the author?
2. In the room of the author's mother what kind of magazines are on her chaise lounge?
(d) Home Making.
3. In the Introduction, who does the author quote regarding the definition for "story" versus "plot?"
(a) E.M. Forster.
(b) C.S. Lewis.
(d) R. Kipling
4. What is the title of the first autobiography written by the author?
(a) The Sacred Journey.
(b) The Last Battle.
(c) Telling Secrets.
(d) Now and Then.
5. In what language is the dedication written in "Godric?"
Short Answer Questions
1. When the dwarves are offered wine, what do they think it is?
2. In the mid 1970's, how may teenage children did the author have?
3. As the author's mother aged, she complained about her looks, saying her hair looked like what?
4. Losing track of our "____," according to the author, means being impoverished humanly and spiritually.
5. What is the title of the book the author wrote to tell the story of his father to a child?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the author describe God loving us, and loving his daughter?
2. Why did the author feel like a dwarf as depicted in C. S. Lewis' "The Last Battle?"
3. Why/how does the author identify with one of the stained glass images?
4. How does the author describe his father's suicide?
5. What did the author deal with in first two autobiographies?
6. What was on the stained glass pieces in the author's office?
7. According to the author, how does memory help us finish with the past?
8. How do ministers lose touch with God?
9. Why does the author write "The Wizard's Tide" and what differs in the book from his childhood memory of his father's death?
10. How did the daughter being sick affect the author?
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