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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Chapters 2-9 mostly dealt with _______, setting a background for the story.
2. What is the metaphorical meaning of her pet snake?
(a) It makes Johanna powerful.
(b) Snakes have long been aligned with God.
(c) The snake is evil. It is the embodiment of Satan.
(d) Nothing. Johanna enjoys her pet snake.
3. 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.
4. On a narrative level, what does chapter one serve as for the rest of the book?
(a) A preface.
(b) Introduction to the rest of the author's story.
(c) A review of Christian values.
(d) A summary of the entire novel.
5. What is the author's focus at the end of "Angry Shadows?"
(a) Her gifts are a manifestation of God's spirit.
(b) Atonement for past sins.
(c) The author understands that her gifts may be from Satan.
(d) Repenting for her powers.
Short Answer Questions
1. Is Johanna excited about the Mind Control program?
2. What other of Johanna's powers have improved?
3. What does Pachita keep on her alter?
4. What does Johanna envision her mind laboratory to be like?
5. What does Dr. Carlos think of Tom and his Mind Control program?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Johanna decide to marry Beck?
2. What does Johanna think of Pachita's home?
3. How does mind control help humanity?
4. Growing up, what did many townspeople consider Johanna to be?
5. Pachita goes by two different names. What are those names?
6. What literary device is prevalent during the first part of the book?
7. At the beginning of Chapter 1, why is Dr. Carlos angry with Tom?
8. Who does Johanna become very close to as a young girl?
9. What reckless friend does Johanna meet in college?
10. What type of schooling did Johanna receive?
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