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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 type of interviews has Stecyk prepared in Chapter 14?
(a) Videotaped interviews.
(b) Voice recorded interviews.
(c) Notated interviews.
(d) Translated interviews.
2. In Chapter 9, what name does the author give the society he lives in.
(a) Information society.
(b) Game society.
(c) Entertainment society.
(d) Government society.
3. In Chapter 14, why is Spackman mentioned?
(a) Because of his memo.
(b) Because of his power.
(c) Because of his interview.
(d) Because of his quitting.
4. How does the author present the quoted interviews in Chapter 14?
(a) By date of birth.
(b) There is no order.
(c) By social security number.
(d) By last name.
5. Why does the author say he was given a new social security number?
(a) Because he worked for the government.
(b) He was not given a new social security number.
(c) Because he lost his.
(d) Because he moved to a new country.
Short Answer Questions
1. How old is the man in Chapter 5?
2. How does the author describe the man in Chapter 5?
3. How does Lowtis feel in Chapter 20?
4. In Chapter 14, what is the IRS revealed to have been in the past?
5. In Chapter 5, how do other people react to the man?
Short Essay Questions
1. What makes Chapter 20 confusing in the construction of this novel?
2. How do the characters in Chapter 18 react to Desk Names?
3. What is Stecyk's job in Chapter 14?
4. Why does the author talk about the dullness of the IRS in Chapter 9?
5. While describing Stecyk in Chapter 12, what does the narrator comment on about the boy's future?
6. How do the girl and her mother get away in Chapter 8?
7. What is the purpose of Chapter 11?
8. How could the interview in Chapter 21 be described?
9. In Chapter 5, how is the boy described?
10. In Chapter 9, what does the author say about the first few pages of any book?
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