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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 Chapter 23, what is the primary feelings the narrator tries to convey?
2. How does David's father die after his arm is stuck in the train in Chapter 22?
(a) From hitting the wall of a train tunnel.
(b) From his arm bleeding.
(c) From blood poisoning in his arm.
(d) From being dragged by the train.
3. In Chapter 27, what amount of returns are said to be possible audits?
(a) Less than 1 percent.
(b) 1 and a half percent.
(c) About 1 percent.
(d) More than 2 percent.
4. What role does Manshardt have with the IRS?
(a) Supervising agent.
(b) File clerk.
(c) Childcare worker.
(d) Group manager.
5. Why does Cusk avoid looking at the woman who sits near him in Chapter 27?
(a) He isn't allowed to talk to anyone.
(b) He doesn't want to talk to her.
(c) He doesn't avoid looking at the woman.
(d) He thinks he knows her.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 26, which is the oldest phantom?
2. What does Chapter 34 consist of?
3. In Chapter 27, where does most of the REC revenue come from?
4. In Chapter 22, why does David say he switched colleges often?
5. In Chapter 24, what level does David say he was hired into the IRS as?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Lehrl's office so important to Reynolds in Chapter 30?
2. Why doesn't David exit the van in Chapter 24 with the other people?
3. In Chapter 22, what details does David give to explain his parents' divorce?
4. In Chapter 22, what reason does David give for going to the IRS for a job?
5. Why does Sylvanshine talk to Reynolds over the phone in Chapter 30?
6. What is Chapter 25 about?
7. What is the relationship between the Peoria REC and Martinsburg?
8. What happens with the lawsuits that follow David's father's death?
9. In Chapter 27, what worries Cusk most about his training?
10. Why does David feel he wasted his youth in Chapter 22?
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