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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 is Emanuel Chaim known as Bird?
(a) It is the only name he responds to.
(b) Once he tries to fly.
(c) He loves birds.
(d) He looks like a bird.
2. On how many dates has Charlotte gone on since David's death? T
3. About what does Alma read?
(a) A woman who is leaving a man she does not love.
(b) people talking with their hands and a man who thought he was made of glass.
(c) The love of a woman for a man.
(d) People moving to Chile from Poland.
4. Who is Misha Shklovsky?
(a) Alma's cousin.
(b) The only boy Alma has ever kissed.
(c) Charlotte's last boyfriend.
(d) Leo's son.
5. What does Zvi do with his friend's work?
(a) He steals it.
(b) He throws it away.
(c) He reads it to his friend.
(d) He mouths the words as a prayer for life.
Short Answer Questions
1. What would Zvi and his friend do in a local cafe?
2. What has Leo enjoyed writing about since childhood?
3. Who buys the book?
4. He watched over his friend the entire night, and how was his friend in the morning?
5. After this person says this, what does Leo begin to do?
Short Essay Questions
1. What has Alma learned about Alma Mereminski? What does she believe is the connection between Mereminski and Litvinoff?
2. What does Zvi do the next, after staying with his friend? Why does he do this?
3. What does Leo do when he sees that his son has died?
4. What takes place in the book that seems to coincide with his life?
5. How do Zvi and Rosa meet and fall in love?
6. What does Alma wonder about The History of Love and its connection to her parents?
7. Why is Leo surprised to see a copy of his book? How does this make him feel?
8. How does Alma meet Misha? What does she share with Misha?
9. Who does Leo find in his apartment when he returns from the library? What does this person say to him?
10. Why does Alma think that Alma Mereminski is a real person?
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