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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. Why does Hephzibah feel paranoid?
(a) Because of Julian's close questioning.
(b) Because of Sam showing up daily at the musem.
(c) Because of the loss in the vandalism.
(d) Because a Jewish boy is beaten down the street from the museum.
2. Where does Julian walk when he feels overwhelmed?
(a) To the red light district.
(b) To Libor's place.
(c) To Sam's place.
(d) Just in circles.
3. What did Maldie believe about Libor?
(a) He feels too deeply.
(b) He is an exceptional man.
(c) He is not very strong.
(d) He is an intelligent man but has no heart.
4. Why doesn't Hephzibah tell Julian when the vandalism recurs?
(a) She's afraid he will stay at the museum all night.
(b) She doesn't want to worry him.
(c) She thinks he's too gloomy as it is.
(d) She's afraid he will leave her.
5. What pain is Hephzibah feeling about Julian?
(a) The pain of his lack of understanding.
(b) The pain of their separation.
(c) The pain of his being beaten up.
(d) The pain that he was not there for her at the museum opening.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Libor sit opposite of on a bus one day?
2. What is Kaddish?
3. To what does Julian dream he is summoned?
4. About what propensity of Julian's does Hephzibah worry?
5. What does Julian feel he cannot handle?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where does Libor invite Emmy and what concerns him about doing so?
2. What has happened to Immanuel?
3. What does Julian recall about a face-painting incident?
4. What does Sam say about Immanuel's fight?
5. Where does Sam say Kaddish?
6. What man interests Sam and what does Hephzibah say about the man and his friends?
7. What does Sam think is so beautiful about Kaddish?
8. What does Emmy say about Libor's attitude towards his fellow Jews?
9. What interrupts Sam's plans to play online poker?
10. How is Hephzibah grieving?
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