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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. What day of the week is it when Allan escapes the nursing home?
2. Where is the "loony bin" located that the police call to pick up Allan in Chapter 7?
3. What does General Franco serve to Allan after he has saved him from the bridge explosion in Chapter 7?
(d) Potato soup.
4. What is the fine that Allan's father is forced to pay for standing in the town square and promoting contraceptives?
(a) 5 crowns.
(b) 10 crowns.
(c) 2 crowns.
(d) 20 crowns.
5. What was the name of the motorcycle club that Bucket started when he began his criminal career?
(a) The Vitriols.
(b) Never Again.
(c) The Violence.
(d) The Musicians.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is Esteban from?
2. What is the Boss's real name in the narrative?
3. Where was Reverend Ferguson born, raised, and educated?
4. Whom does the chief of police in Tehran want Allan to kill in Chapter 13?
5. Where does the bus driver intend to drop off Allan after he's paid his fare in Chapter 2?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is illustrated through Allan's meeting with Bolt at the train station in Chapter 2?
2. What character is introduced at a press meeting in Chapter 5? How is the media depicted?
3. How are the major conflicts in Chapter 8 resolved?
4. What protagonist characters are introduced in Chapter 6? What does their introduction represent?
5. What is significant about Father Ferguson's death in the narrative?
6. How does Allan meet General Franco in Chapter 7? How does this meeting benefit Allan?
7. What is illustrated through Allan's encounter with Father Ferguson in Chapter 13?
8. How does Allan describe his political views in Chapter 13?
9. How does black comedy contribute to the tone and mood of The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared?
10. How do the themes of compassion and generosity apply in Chapter 12?
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