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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. The author also read "A Testament of Devotion," written by _____.
(a) Noel Coward.
(b) Mary Strong.
(c) Dorothy Parker.
(d) Thomas Kelly.
2. In what year did the author accept an invitation to teach at Harvard Divinity School?
3. How many years after attending theological seminary did the author started teaching at Harvard?
4. Which was the employer of the driver who later gave the author the license plate with the encouraging word imprinted on it that the author saw passing on the road?
(a) A bank.
(b) A school.
(c) A church.
(d) A hospital.
5. Who built the White Tower?
(a) William the Conqueror.
(b) Richard the Lionheart.
(c) Alfred the Great.
(d) Canute the Great.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who bought the world and "home" back to the author each day?
2. What color was the house the author and his family lived in on the island, in a town called Paget?
3. What did Knights of the Order of the Bath keep an all night vigil over the day before a king's coronation?
4. In Part Two, the author describes his memory of the color of the shallows in the Gulf Stream on the island as ___.
5. How old was the author when he met his new best friend, Dudley Knott?
Short Essay Questions
1. Besides complaints about him praying in his first class at Harvard, what other surprises did the author's students give him?
2. When do Dudley Knott and the author become friends?
3. Why did the author like having Dudley Knott as a friend?
4. Who goes to Bermuda with the author when he is a child and how does he describe their arrival in Bermuda?
5. How did the author's kids connect him with the outside world when they were small?
6. What events from the author's life most fit the title for Part Two of "Telling Secrets?"
7. Why does the author describe Bermuda as enchanting?
8. What dream did the author have about a hotel?
9. What did the author expect in a Harvard teaching experience that he did not get when he actually taught at Harvard Divinity School?
10. How does the author connect his feelings to what he describes about the Tower in London?
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