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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. In "Construction," Liesel and Viktor's architect insists that they will not be building a house for __________.
2. During what era does The Glass Room begin?
(a) The 1930s.
(b) The 1940s.
(c) The 1880s.
(d) The 1920s.
3. In "Chata," Viktor goes to visit Kata who is wary to be alone with him because who is always watching her?
(a) Liesel's mother.
4. What does Kata tell Viktor her profession is in "Exterior"?
5. What is the name of the Landauers' family driver and handyman?
Short Answer Questions
1. In "Construction," Liesel and Viktor's architect describes wanting to build a house that does what?
2. As "Memories" begins, Hana reveals that which lover is leaving her?
3. In "Anschluss," Viktor suggests to Liesel that they do what in order to help some of the refugees flooding into Czechoslovakia?
4. Liesel and Viktor's architect intends to create a stone wall in the great room which he says will be the color of whose hair?
5. In "Completion," Liesel's mother thinks the house looks like ____________.
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Viktor looking for in "Loss"? Where is he?
2. How is the onyx wall proposed in "Onyx"? What are the differences in Liesel and Viktor's feelings about the house?
3. Where have the central characters just arrived in "Honeymoon"? How do they feel about one another?
4. How does Viktor compare the two world wars in "Robots"?
5. How is the fundraiser described in "Recital"? What does the author write of the house in this chapter?
6. Where do Liesel and Viktor live in "Conception"? Who visits them?
7. What does Liesel read about the house in "Happy Families"?
8. What do Liesel and Viktor ask the architect to build in "Commitment"? What is his response?
9. Whom does Hana describe helping in "Coda"? Why?
10. What architect do Liesel and Viktor meet in "Honeymoon"? Where?
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