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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. If the sleeper's ________ is massaged, the snoring message can then be understood, according to the text.
2. _________ may be hidden in structures, manufactured landscapes, or suspended from the hips of citizens.
3. Lawn boys or ______ protect houses from wind during storms in the street.
4. The ________ are members, people, or things that put their hands into something unseen.
5. The ________ can be placated by different types of sleeping, not just the sleeping of children.
Short Essay Questions
1. What will happen when the sleeper's stomach is massaged when they are snoring?
2. What happens as a result of a Monica, according to this section of the book?
3. What happens when the Brian is denied food, according to this section of the book?
4. What is the process that is described in First Green?
5. Describe the idea of Gevortsing, as it relates to the idea of sleep collaborations, as detailed in this section of the book.
6. What happens when it's a child that wants to absolve the father, according to the author?
7. Describe the structure in which the father seems to be buried, as seen in the story's writing.
8. What is the term, God Charge, defined as in this section of the book?
9. What is the purpose of the wires that the sun has, according to the description of the author?
10. What is the point that is made about the prison publishing industry, according to the book?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The dog is described many times in this book, often as having powers to impact all those around them.
Part 1: Why do you think the dog is so important in this book?
Part 2: How do you think a dog might play an important role in the life of a person?
Part 3: Would the book be different if the word 'cat' was used instead of 'dog'?
Essay Topic 2
Food is said to attract people by falling onto various surfaces, according to the author.
Part 1: How does food change the way you act in life?
Part 2: Onto what surfaces might food fall and then impact the way a person behaves?
Part 3: Why do you think food is so powerful in life and in the larger society?
Essay Topic 3
During the book, there are many mentions of people that may or may not be a part of the author's family.
Part 1: From this book's content, how do you think the author feels about his father?
Part 2: During the section about the brother being built from food, what might this mean the author feels about his brother?
Part 3: What do the parts about the mother seem to suggest about the author's relationship with his mother?
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