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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. What is Phoebe's full name?
(a) Phoebe Anne Caulfield.
(b) Phoebe Weatherfield Caulfield.
(c) Phoebe Josephine Caulfield.
(d) Phoebe Nicole Caulfield.
2. Who does Holden say is not as bad as everyone else?
(b) His mother.
(d) The psychoanalyst.
3. What happened after Holden went home?
(a) He got sick.
(b) He was kept under house arrest by his parents.
(c) He ran away.
(d) He got sent to military school.
4. What does Carl order at the Wicker Bar?
(a) A beer.
(b) A scotch and soda.
(c) A dry martini.
(d) A rum and Coke.
5. What do Holden and Phoebe do when he goes back to D.B.'s room?
(a) Talk about Holden's future.
(c) Go to sleep.
(d) Get a sandwich from the kitchen.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Holden pinch Phoebe?
2. What play is Phoebe in at school?
3. What does Holden see outside at the beginning of Chapter 14?
4. What beverage does Mrs. Antolini bring for Holden and her husband during their visit?
5. Where does Holden say he will be instead of where his father will send him?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Holden say he would volunteer to sit on an atomic bomb if there is another war?
2. Why is Holden so emotional when he sees Phoebe on the carousel?
3. What does it reveal about Holden when he finally tells Phoebe what he likes?
4. Why does Holden imagine he was shot by Maurice?
5. Why is Holden upset by seeing vulgarities written on the walls of the museum and school?
6. Why is Mr. Antolini worried about Holden?
7. How has Carl changed when Holden meets him at the Wicker Bar?
8. Why is Holden confused when Sally tells him to stop yelling?
9. What does Holden thinking he will disappear as he crosses the street symbolize, and why does he call out to Allie for help?
10. Why does it make Holden sad when Phoebe asks why he got kicked out of Pencey?
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