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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. On what street does Francesca Bassington live?
(a) Corner Street.
(b) Blue Street.
(c) Main Street.
(d) Follower's Way.
2. What is the name of the theater that both Comus and the author of "The Woman Who Wished it was Wednesday" were at?
(a) Devonshire Theater.
(b) Kildonan Theater.
(c) Strawberry Hill Grande Theater.
(d) Straw Exchange Theater.
3. How old is Rex Dillot in "Fate"?
4. Who warns Dimitri that he must leave the castle or be killed?
(d) Dr. Stronetz.
5. What is the most highly valued privilege of the Parliament members in Hell?
Short Answer Questions
1. According to "The Square Egg," what animal resembles the "drab-coated creature of the twilight"?
2. How old is James Cushat-Prinkley in "Tea"?
3. What suggested Dimitri's "death" for Dr. Stronetz?
4. What kind of dog does the English gamekeeper believe can drive birds from their nests?
5. What happened that stopped the egg-seller from being able to get rich off of square eggs?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the irony regarding Dr. Stronetz's plan to save Dimitri's life? ("The Death Trap.")
2. What do some of the boys tell Lancelot Chetrof his punishment will be for missing football practice?
3. What does the poultry farmer say that he has done to solve the round problem of eggs?
4. What does Dr. Stronetz suggest to Dimitri regarding a speedy death? ("The Death Trap.")
5. Why is Francesca considered "one of those women" that Fate had the best intentions for?
6. What news does James Cushat-Prinkly have for his family at the end of "Tea"?
7. What is the last action in "The Death Trap"?
8. Why does Merla Blathington love Bond Street?
9. What does Dimitri plan to do because of his illness? ("The Death Trap.")
10. Why were the magpies restricted to where they could build their nests? ("Birds on the Western Front.")
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