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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 does Mr. Joyboy say puts a smile on his face?
(a) Seeing Aimée apply make-up so artistically.
(b) Knowing a corpse is going to Aimée.
(c) Perfecting his colors on a corpse.
(d) Making a homely person look beautiful.
2. What does Dennis decide to do for the funeral?
(a) Write something to be read.
(b) Rent a suit.
(c) Wear one of Sir Francis' suits.
(d) Get his hair cut.
3. What does Dennis place on the benches in the church?
(d) Printed name cards.
4. What church does the recording that Dennis plays discuss?
(a) St. Paul's.
(b) St. Henry's.
(c) Church of the Saved.
(d) St. Peter-without-the-walls.
5. How are the Englishmen described?
(a) As artists.
(b) As exiles.
(c) As loners.
(d) As losers.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Juanita del Pablo?
2. Why does one man say Sir Francis is fired?
3. What does Aimée think of Mr. Joyboy's work on Sir Francis?
4. How long does it take Aimée to paint a body?
5. Besides being fiction, how else is the story described in the paragraph that is set before Chapter 1?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Sir Ambrose ask of Dennis and what does Dennis find out about Sir Francis as a writer?
2. What does Sir Francis Hinsley say about Americans?
3. Who arrives and what does he say to Sir Francis?
4. What does the recording say about the Church of St. Peter-without-the-walls in Oxford?
5. What does Dennis see as he walks among the graves?
6. Why is Mr. Schultz displeased with Dennis and how does Dennis try to convince Mr. Schultz to feel otherwise?
7. Who is Mr. Joyboy and what is he delivering to the cosmetician?
8. Who comes through Whispering Glades to view Sir Francis' and who does not come through and why?
9. What does Aimée reveal about herself when she encounters Dennis on the island?
10. What does Aimée think of Mr. Joyboy's work?
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