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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. On a narrative level, what does chapter one serve as for the rest of the book?
(a) Introduction to the rest of the author's story.
(b) A preface.
(c) A summary of the entire novel.
(d) A review of Christian values.
2. What type of neighborhood does Johanna live in as a child?
(a) A farm.
3. What is missing about the author's upbringing?
(a) A close family unit.
(b) Lots of friends.
(d) The presence of religion.
4. This _____ is the story of experiences with the ____.
(a) Tale; illusionists.
(b) Story; soldiers.
(c) Narrative; occult.
(d) Narrative; mind controllers.
5. What frightening encounter does she have at the theater at Wesleyan?
(a) A person attacks her while working late at night.
(b) She falls in a trap door.
(c) A male spirit haunts her.
(d) A female spirit haunts her.
6. What is the author's search for Pachita representative of?
(a) The search for justice.
(b) The vileness of evil.
(c) A search for truth.
(d) Fleeing away from evil.
7. What are the names of Johanna's two new male friends?
(a) Tom and Carlos.
(b) Stanley and Tom.
(c) Eric and Jason.
(d) Damon and Beck.
8. What is present on Pachita's alter?
(a) A picture of her mother.
(b) The Virgin Mary.
(c) St Joseph.
(d) Cuauhtemoc, an Aztec warrior.
9. What does Dr. Carlos think of Tom and his Mind Control program?
(a) The doctor thinks they are not being respectful of Pachita.
(b) He greatly respects the whole program.
(c) Dr. Carlos is delusional.
(d) Tom is attempting to steal Pachita's power.
10. What do her encounters with spirits mean for the author?
(a) Her dead aunt's way of staying in touch.
(b) Evil spirits looking to ruin her life.
(c) Manifestations of her connection with the spirit world.
(d) She feels as though she is going insane.
11. What happens to Johanna at the end of college?
(a) Travels abroad.
(b) She gets an internship with a friend of the family.
(c) She realizes that the theater is not safe for her.
(d) Returns to Mexico.
12. How do most occult practices present themselves?
(a) As a Godly, Christly influence.
(b) Safe and helpful.
(d) Dark and evil.
13. Where does the author usually encounter fretful spirits?
(a) In graveyards.
(b) In her home town.
(c) At school.
(d) In theater buildings.
14. What theater was the author performing in DC?
(a) JFK Performing Arts Center.
(b) Ford's Theatre.
(c) Shakespeare Theater Company.
(d) The Met.
15. What gets the author through her childhood and adulthood?
(a) Her close group of friends.
(b) Her family's support.
(c) Her fascination with acting.
(d) The feeling of comfort from the crucifix.
Short Answer Questions
1. Does the author have many happy memories of being with her family as a child?
2. At first, what does Johanna think the Mind Control program does?
3. What stories concerning her family is Johanna missing?
4. How does the Mind Control program advertise itself to the public?
5. Where is Chapel Hill?
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