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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. Where did the author go to wait with a friend who got news about a family accident?
(a) His home.
(b) Bus station.
(d) Train station.
2. In relation to the White Tower, where does the author say he spent many of his dark days?
(a) On the Tower Watch.
(b) In the Chapel.
(c) In Little Ease.
(d) In the Outer Ward.
3. The author's maternal grandmother was half old ____ and and half French-Swiss.
(c) New England.
4. In the White Tower what has an heavy oak door?
(a) The Norman chapel.
(b) Little Ease.
(c) The palace.
(d) The Outer Ward.
5. What illness did Dudley Knott battle just before the author met him and they became friends?
(a) Lung Cancer.
(b) Prostate Cancer.
(d) Parkinson's Disease.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the oldest part of the Tower of London?
2. What rubber doll did Dudley Knott carry with him everywhere?
3. In what war was Dudley Knott a naval officer?
4. When the author and his brother lived in _____ they had a nurse who dropped her teeth at will.
5. According to the author, besides himself, who else to some degree is like the White Tower?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do our other selves develop as explained in Part Two of "Telling Secrets?"
2. How does the author connect his feelings to what he describes about the Tower in London?
3. What did the author expect in a Harvard teaching experience that he did not get when he actually taught at Harvard Divinity School?
4. Who goes to Bermuda with the author when he is a child and how does he describe their arrival in Bermuda?
5. Why does the author go to Bermuda as a child?
6. How did the author translate his hotel dream into his real life?
7. What events from the author's life most fit the title for Part Two of "Telling Secrets?"
8. How did the author's kids connect him with the outside world when they were small?
9. What did trying to help his daughter reveal to the author about his emotional state?
10. Why does the author describe Bermuda as enchanting?
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