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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) Dorothy Parker.
(b) Noel Coward.
(c) Thomas Kelly.
(d) Mary Strong.
2. What room in the White Tower measures only four feet high?
(a) The Outer Ward.
(b) Little Ease.
(c) Chapel St. John.
(d) The Inner Ward.
3. 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 church.
(b) A hospital.
(c) A bank.
(d) A school.
4. What is Dudley Knott's wife's name?
5. According to the author, what could you buy in the island shop called Trimingham's?
Short Answer Questions
1. In relation to the White Tower, where does the author say he spent many of his dark days?
2. In "The White Tower", the author describes his father as the young man in the gray slacks and maroon _______.
3. What was the name of the author's maternal grandmother?
4. What is on the second floor of the White Tower?
5. When the author and his brother lived in _____ they had a nurse who dropped her teeth at will.
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the author connect his feelings to what he describes about the Tower in London?
2. Why does the author go to Bermuda as a child?
3. When do Dudley Knott and the author become friends?
4. How did the author's kids connect him with the outside world when they were small?
5. What did trying to help his daughter reveal to the author about his emotional state?
6. What does the author describe about the Tower of London?
7. What dream did the author have about a hotel?
8. Why does the author describe Bermuda as enchanting?
9. What differences did the author write about among Union students as well as what they all shared?
10. How do our other selves develop as explained in Part Two of "Telling Secrets?"
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