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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Mr. Brook ultimately do with Madame Zilensky?
(a) Terminates her.
(b) Publicizes her work.
(c) Indulges her fantasy world.
(d) Promotes her.
2. Who does Ferris call from his hotel room?
(a) His father.
(b) His daughter.
(c) His mother.
(d) His ex-wife.
3. What is a libertine?
(a) A person without morals.
(b) A Democrat.
(c) A criminal.
(d) A philanthropist.
4. What is unusual about Madame Zilensky mentioning the King of Finland?
(a) The king is in exile.
(b) The king is dead.
(c) Finland does not have a king.
(d) The king is a young boy.
5. What topic of conversation creates anxiety in Andy?
(a) Medical tests.
6. Who is Martin's son?
7. What do the men note about Bitsy's appearance?
(a) He is exhausted.
(b) He is gaining weight.
(c) He has lost weight.
(d) He is very pale.
8. In what city does Ferris' ex-wife live?
(c) New York.
9. Bitsy looks at the table of elegant food with longing and _____________.
10. Why does Emily get drunk?
(a) She is an alcoholic.
(b) She is angry.
(c) She has inherited the disease.
(d) To escape reality.
11. From whom is Andy expecting a visit?
(a) The tooth fairy.
(b) His grandmother.
(c) Santa Claus.
(d) The Easter Bunny.
12. What is Madame Zilensky's claim to fame?
(c) Portrait painter.
(d) Music composer.
13. How can Madame Zilensky's home life be characterized?
14. Who is the father of Madame Zilensky's children?
(a) A Frenchman.
(b) Her estranged husband.
(c) Three different men.
(d) The King of Finland.
15. What department does Mr. Brook head up at the college?
Short Answer Questions
1. In what state did Martin and Emily live before moving to the big city?
2. As the story opens, John Ferris is in a hotel room in what city?
3. What does Martin do when Emily sobs at the table?
4. How many children does Ferris' fiance have?
5. How many children does Madame Zilensky have?
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