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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. Where is Henny's special place?
(a) A tree in the woods.
(b) A room above the living room.
(c) A stool in the corner.
(d) Her parents' estate.
2. What does Sam say he would like to create?
(a) A world run by misfits.
(b) A shelter for degenerates.
(c) A world without misfits.
(d) A cure for degenerates.
3. What does Sam think about as he walks through Georgetown?
(a) His father.
(b) His garden.
(c) His childhood home.
(d) His dead mother.
4. What does Sam talk about with Whitey?
(a) Looking for specimens.
(b) Making one's own community.
(c) Publishing articles.
(d) The impending collapse of civilization.
5. How does the narrator characterize Josephine Pollit?
(a) Tall with blond hair.
(b) Fat and slow.
(c) Lanky and aloof.
(d) Short and plump.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Henny threaten to do if she cannot have her way with Hazel Moore?
2. Where are the children excluded from at Monocacy?
3. What do Sam and Henny argue about when they consider Sam's departure?
4. How does the narrator characterize the Pollit children?
5. What does Norman Collyer tell Henny?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Louie's relationship with Beulah?
2. How do the two trips, to Harper's Ferry and to Monocacy, show us different sides of Louie's character?
3. Describe Sam's return home.
4. What does Henny complain about to Bert Anderson?
5. How is Louie treated in the Pollit household?
6. What does Henny find when she arrives at Monocacy?
7. Describe Sam's relation to Naden.
8. How does the narrator describe Louie's personality?
9. How does Henny get reprieve from the children at Tohoga House?
10. What does Henny like about visiting Washington D.C.?
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