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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 interviews Nick at the end of Chapter 12?
(a) Ed Bradley.
(b) Katie Couric.
(c) Paula Zahn.
(d) Dan Rather.
2. According to the cardiologist in Chapter 12, why did Nick survive the massive dose of nicotine?
(a) He had too much coffee in his system.
(b) He was wearing sun tan lotion.
(c) He was medicated with pain killers.
(d) He is a heavy smoker.
3. What creative way does a man say he will kill Naylor in a message given to him by Gazelle in Chapter 7?
(a) Skin him alive.
(b) Bury him to his neck by an anthill.
(c) Pouring tar down his throat.
(d) Tie him to four horses and geeing them up.
4. With what fictional newspaper does Heather Holloway have an interview coming up in Chapter 12?
(a) Los Angeles Press.
(b) Baltimore Reader.
(c) New York Courier.
(d) Washington Sun.
5. What type of medical specialist does Nick see in Chapter 10?
(a) A optometrist.
(b) A gastroentrologist.
(c) An osteopath.
(d) A cardiologist.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Bobby Jay Bliss warn Naylor about Heather in Chapter 7?
2. What type of medical condition has recently been linked to smoking in Chapter 1?
3. What body part did Bobby Jay Bliss lose in the Vietnam War?
4. In what city does Nick Naylor live?
5. In Chapter 1, how does Nick characterize JJ Hollister?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 3, how does BR try to undermine Naylor?
2. What is the MOD Squad?
3. How does Oprah betray Naylor at the beginning of Chapter 5?
4. What ominous assignment does BR give Naylor at the end of Chapter 1?
5. What bet do Polly and Bobby Jay make at Bert's in Chapter 7?
6. How is Nick taken hostage in Chapter 11?
7. What fire is Bobby Jay Bliss putting out in Chapter 2?
8. In Chapter 1, what differences between BR and his predecessor does Naylor note?
9. Describe the transfixed moment Naylor experiences at the end of Chapter 3.
10. Describe the history of cigarettes as related by Nick Naylor in Chapter 4.
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