The Beautiful Side of Evil Test | Mid-Book Test - Easy

Johanna Michaelsen
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Who is Dr. Carlos?
(a) Mind Control researcher.
(b) A respected doctor, priest, and supporter of Mind Control.
(c) Powerful psychic and psychologist.
(d) Engineer.

2. Does the author seem to love her family?
(a) No, she feels trapped by them.
(b) Yes, but only her sister.
(c) Yes, but with reservations.
(d) She loves her parents but does not get along with her sister.

3. 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?
(a) The vitality of youth.
(b) The evil that lurks within us all.
(c) Hope.
(d) Faith is a forgotten feeling.

4. According to the author what does Pachita attempt to disguise her work as?
(a) Good.
(b) Christianity.
(c) God's work.
(d) Pagan rituals.

5. Where does Johanna's father find the mind control program?
(a) An ad in a magazine.
(b) On the internet.
(c) Through a church.
(d) In the newspaper.

6. What does Johanna envision her mind laboratory to be like?
(a) A luxurious room full of crystal.
(b) Her childhood bedroom.
(c) An indoor park.
(d) The theater at Chapel Hill.

7. What is the last part of the entire book about?
(a) Unity of mind controllers.
(b) A call to arms for God's people.
(c) A warning against the occult.
(d) The occult's winnings.

8. What does Beck help the author through?
(a) Recovery from her attack.
(b) Horrifying experiences with evil spirits.
(c) Her thesis project.
(d) Discovering God.

9. In "The Encounter," what literary device is used many times?
(a) Foreshadowing.
(b) Allegory.
(c) Simile.
(d) Metaphor.

10. 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 review of Christian values.
(c) A summary of the entire novel.
(d) A preface.

11. Who is chosen to be Johanna's first mentor?
(a) Sheila Bird.
(b) Hermanito.
(c) Jesus Christ.
(d) God.

12. What or who is Teresias?
(a) Johanna's one and only friend.
(b) A statue.
(c) Johanna's first boyfriend.
(d) A special doll from her childhood.

13. What does the first three quarters of the book concern itself with?
(a) Her childhood.
(b) Meeting her husband.
(c) Experiences of the occult.
(d)

14. What gets the author through her childhood and adulthood?
(a) Her fascination with acting.
(b) The feeling of comfort from the crucifix.
(c) Her close group of friends.
(d) Her family's support.

15. What other of Johanna's powers have improved?
(a) Mind reading ability.
(b) Her ability to mentally communicate across physical distances.
(c) Future telling.
(d) Brainwashing ability.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does she discover at Chapel Hill's theater?

2. What does Pachita keep on her alter?

3. Who is Mephistopheles?

4. How did the nuns treat the author?

5. After her second encounter with Professor Koch, who does the author begin to see?

(see the answer keys)

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