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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Hunter want to run the first three miles of the marathon?
(b) Power walking.
2. What is the title of the final chapter in this section?
(a) Why Do They Lie to Ys.
(b) Fishing in Tranquility.
(c) Tits Like Orange Fireballs.
(d) Whose the Daddy.
3. What is the expression on Captain Cook's face in the picture at the end of the chapter?
(a) A smile.
(d) A frown.
4. Which of his relatives does Hunter invite to the island?
(a) His father.
(b) His sister.
(c) His uncle.
(d) His son.
5. In what city does Hunter say he spent several weeks with Gene doing drugs?
6. What kind of accommodation do Hunter and Ralph find at the retreat?
7. Who wrote Naulahka?
(a) Knut Hansun.
(b) Mark Twain.
(c) Rudyard Kipling.
8. What crashes on the front lawn only six feet from the porch?
(a) Food parcels.
(d) Sea gulls.
9. What is the color of the wave curling over the ocean in Ralph's picture?
10. What is the bloodied runner said to be hitting in the picture?
(b) The whiskey.
(c) The slammer.
(d) The wall.
11. What is the name of the second chapter in this section?
(a) Going Home is Never Easy.
(b) Trapped in a Queer Place.
(c) Waving the Waves.
(d) The Final Voyage.
12. Who is drowning in Ralph's picture at the end of this section?
13. What is the name of the bar where Hunter meets Ralph?
(a) The Ho-Ho Lounge.
(b) The Lu-Lu Lounge.
(c) The Hoopla Bar.
(d) The Hula Hula.
14. What is Hunter surrounded by as he drowns?
15. What does Hunter say drove him out of retirement?
Short Answer Questions
1. What city do Ralph and Hunter move to from Honolulu?
2. What government organization did Gene use to work for?
3. What kind of war club does the man at the gift shop suggest Hunter buy?
4. What has Skinner been hired as for the Honolulu Marathon?
5. What is the name of the Hawaiian story Hunter recalls in this chapter?
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