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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Brainwashing is ________.
(a) Changing your mind of your own free will.
(b) A coercive technique used to change beliefs.
(c) Flushing your brain with fluids.
(d) A spiritual meditation.
2. What effects do crucifixes and crosses have on the author?
(a) She does not notice them.
(b) They stir up angry feelings.
(c) She is confused by the crucifix.
(d) They provide calmness in her chaotic life.
3. What does Dr. Carlos think of Tom and his Mind Control program?
(a) Dr. Carlos is delusional.
(b) Tom is attempting to steal Pachita's power.
(c) The doctor thinks they are not being respectful of Pachita.
(d) He greatly respects the whole program.
4. Who is really in control of the minds working within the Mind Control group?
5. What is another and more sinister meaning of mind control?
(a) The group has no ill meanings.
(b) Giving yourself to Satan.
(c) Brainwashing other people.
(d) Controlling one's faith.
6. This _____ is the story of experiences with the ____.
(a) Narrative; mind controllers.
(b) Narrative; occult.
(c) Tale; illusionists.
(d) Story; soldiers.
7. What is her snake's names?
8. What is the metaphorical meaning of her pet snake?
(a) Nothing. Johanna enjoys her pet snake.
(b) Snakes have long been aligned with God.
(c) The snake is evil. It is the embodiment of Satan.
(d) It makes Johanna powerful.
9. What is the author's focus at the end of "Angry Shadows?"
(a) Atonement for past sins.
(b) The author understands that her gifts may be from Satan.
(c) Repenting for her powers.
(d) Her gifts are a manifestation of God's spirit.
10. While the rest of the book will be dark, what does the author give the reader a glimpse of at the end of the chapter?
(b) Faith is a forgotten feeling.
(c) The evil that lurks within us all.
(d) The vitality of youth.
11. 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 summary of the entire novel.
(c) A preface.
(d) A review of Christian values.
12. What does Beck help the author through?
(a) Her thesis project.
(b) Horrifying experiences with evil spirits.
(c) Recovery from her attack.
(d) Discovering God.
13. What frightening encounter does she have at the theater at Wesleyan?
(a) She falls in a trap door.
(b) A male spirit haunts her.
(c) A person attacks her while working late at night.
(d) A female spirit haunts her.
14. How do most occult practices present themselves?
(a) Dark and evil.
(b) Safe and helpful.
(d) As a Godly, Christly influence.
15. What is missing about the author's upbringing?
(b) The presence of religion.
(c) Lots of friends.
(d) A close family unit.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to the author, what is the true quality of the occult practice?
2. What is the author's search for Pachita representative of?
3. What happens to Johanna at the end of college?
4. What does the author believe her parents are responsible for?
5. What does the author eventually think of Pachita's "true work?"
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