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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In "The Intruder," what does the author hear to alert her of the being that follows her?
(a) Sinister laughing.
(b) Grating, grinding noises.
(d) Shuffling feet.
2. Who did Great Aunt Dixie feel would inherit her gift?
(a) Johanna's mother.
(b) Cousin Andy.
(c) Johanna's sister, Kim.
(d) A family member from Johanna's generation.
3. In "The Encounter," what literary device is used many times?
4. Why does Johanna become depressed?
(a) Darker spirits are very attracted to her and will not leave her be.
(b) Her sister has run away from home.
(c) Damon does not return her feelings.
(d) Her mother has died.
5. On a narrative level, what does chapter one serve as for the rest of the book?
(a) A summary of the entire novel.
(b) A preface.
(c) A review of Christian values.
(d) Introduction to the rest of the author's story.
6. What is the metaphorical meaning of her pet snake?
(a) Nothing. Johanna enjoys her pet snake.
(b) The snake is evil. It is the embodiment of Satan.
(c) It makes Johanna powerful.
(d) Snakes have long been aligned with God.
7. Is Johanna excited about the Mind Control program?
(a) Yes, it is a way to escape her father.
(b) Yes, she sees it as a way to be helpful.
(c) No, she thinks it is a gimmick and wants to discover the truth.
(d) No, but she feels pressured by her father to complete the program.
8. Who dies of occult like circumstances in "The Intruder?"
(a) A friend's father.
(b) Johanna's brother.
(c) Johanna's boyfriend.
(d) A bishop's son.
9. What is the last part of the entire book about?
(a) A warning against the occult.
(b) A call to arms for God's people.
(c) Unity of mind controllers.
(d) The occult's winnings.
10. What does Johanna become very skilled in by working with Mind Control?
(a) Physical healing.
(b) Psychic healing.
(c) Mind reading.
(d) Mind control.
11. What type of school did the author attend?
(a) Johanna was home schooled.
(b) Catholic School.
(c) A Jewish Day School.
(d) A public Mexican school.
12. Brainwashing is ________.
(a) Changing your mind of your own free will.
(b) A spiritual meditation.
(c) A coercive technique used to change beliefs.
(d) Flushing your brain with fluids.
13. How did the evil being that lives in Johanna's house effect Johanna's life?
(a) There is no evil being.
(b) The evil being haunts Johanna at home but not when she is out with friends.
(c) She ignores the evil beings.
(d) Causes grotesque events to happen.
14. What does the author eventually think of Pachita's "true work?"
(a) She wishes to heal as Pachita does.
(b) She wishes to be apart of Pachita's work.
(c) She wants to worship Pachita.
(d) Pachita's true work is evil.
15. What does the first three quarters of the book concern itself with?
(a) Her childhood.
(b) Meeting her husband.
(d) Experiences of the occult.
Short Answer Questions
1. What stories concerning her family is Johanna missing?
2. What does Beck help the author through?
3. What does Pachita keep on her alter?
4. What is the author's focus at the end of "Angry Shadows?"
5. What is truly at the core of Pachita's work?
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