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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Cuauhtemoc?
(a) Tom's foreign cousin.
(b) Johanna's guardian.
(c) A god that Pachita worships.
(d) An Aztec prince.
2. What is the author's search for Pachita representative of?
(a) Fleeing away from evil.
(b) A search for truth.
(c) The search for justice.
(d) The vileness of evil.
3. In "The Intruder," what does the author hear to alert her of the being that follows her?
(b) Sinister laughing.
(c) Grating, grinding noises.
(d) Shuffling feet.
4. How did the evil being that lives in Johanna's house effect Johanna's life?
(a) She ignores the evil beings.
(b) There is no evil being.
(c) Causes grotesque events to happen.
(d) The evil being haunts Johanna at home but not when she is out with friends.
5. What does the author introduce Damon to in the chapter, Damon?
(a) Her mother and father.
(b) Her friend Beck.
(c) Her sister.
(d) Tiresias and Mephistopheles.
6. On a narrative level, what does chapter one serve as for the rest of the book?
(a) A preface.
(b) A summary of the entire novel.
(c) A review of Christian values.
(d) Introduction to the rest of the author's story.
7. Eventually, what is Johanna suggesting of the theater?
(a) The theater has great deals on movies.
(b) The theater is a sanctuary.
(c) The theater is a comforting place.
(d) The theater is a kind of occult practice.
8. According to the author what does Pachita attempt to disguise her work as?
(b) Pagan rituals.
(d) God's work.
9. What does Damon get the author to do?
(a) Create a play with him.
(b) Try marijuana.
(c) Sleep with him.
(d) Take hallucinogenic drugs.
10. What leads her to accept Beck's marriage proposal?
(a) Beck's continued comfort.
(b) Her friends push her to accept it.
(d) She feels lost without Beck.
11. What stories concerning her family is Johanna missing?
(a) Going on vacations.
(b) Spending quality time.
(c) Going to church.
(d) Buying a family dog.
12. What other of Johanna's powers have improved?
(a) Future telling.
(b) Brainwashing ability.
(c) Her ability to mentally communicate across physical distances.
(d) Mind reading ability.
13. What does she discover at Chapel Hill's theater?
(a) A desire to write plays.
(b) A friendly spirit named Professor Koch.
(c) A conspiracy theory.
(d) She is an amazing actress.
14. What is the last part of the entire book about?
(a) A warning against the occult.
(b) Unity of mind controllers.
(c) The occult's winnings.
(d) A call to arms for God's people.
15. What is missing about the author's upbringing?
(b) Lots of friends.
(c) A close family unit.
(d) The presence of religion.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the only true source of inspiration for true faith?
2. Who is chosen to be Johanna's first mentor?
3. According to the author, what is the true quality of the occult practice?
4. What happens to Johanna at the end of college?
5. What is present on Pachita's alter?
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