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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 history of emerging lesbian rights and identity is closely related to ____________________.
(a) the history of feminism.
(b) the Holocaust.
(c) the American Revolution.
2. Who is the psychiatrist treating the narrator?
(a) Dr. O'Reilly.
(b) Dr. Gruber.
(c) Dr. Kerrigan.
(d) Dr. Morrison.
3. What type of music does Maria admit to liking while at a bar?
(c) Hip hop.
4. Betty and Kay reject ______________________.
(a) their parents' ideas for their lives.
(b) all religion.
(c) loud politicians.
(d) all boys.
5. Why does the narrator study the language in #56?
(a) He thinks it sounds so intriguing.
(b) He believed himself to be a Buddhist.
(c) He wants to spend the Summer in Provence.
(d) He thinks it is good to have fundamental knowledge of it.
Short Answer Questions
1. In what part of the country did the narrator grow up?
2. Which of the following is NOT part of fraternity life?
3. Who does the psychiatrist in #63 think is the only one who can cure the narrator?
4. What type of career does the narrator hope to establish?
5. What is notable about Betts and Buddy?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who are Betty and Kay and why does the narrator enjoy their company?
2. What is the significance of Betty and Kay to the narrator's life?
3. What role does Dr. O'Reilly serve in the narrator's life?
4. What is the premise of "The Beautiful Room is Empty"?
5. Why did the narrator decide to study Chinese?
6. From what written piece is the name of the book taken, and what does it mean?
7. What is Tex's theory about a man acting on his sexual desires for other men and how does that make the narrator feel about Tex?
8. What is the double-edged sword of the narrator experiencing gay sexual activity?
9. What is the nature of the narrator's relationship with Annie and what does she do to embarrass herself while visiting his parents?
10. How does the narrator compare his life to the life of the Chinese woman he meets?
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