|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Reuven say he visited the Frankel library?
(a) To meet with a friend who lives nearby.
(b) To sign a petition to the city about discrimination.
(c) To help his father in research.
(d) To meet with Rachel.
2. About what does Michael display much knowledge?
(a) Horse racing.
3. With whom does Kotzker Rebbe have disagreements?
(a) No one.
(b) The Zionists.
(c) The reformed Jews.
(d) Many Hasidic sects.
4. When does Reuven return to seminary?
(a) He has never been in seminary.
(b) He is going to sit out one semester and then go back.
(c) He decides not to return.
(d) The Friday after Michael is taken to the treatment center.
5. How is Michael doing?
(a) He has had a major breakdown.
(b) He is fine and has been released from treatment.
(c) As well as can be expected.
(d) Reuven does not know.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who says it is not a good day to visit?
2. What is one possible explanation for Michael's nosebleeds?
3. Why are the Gordons angry with Rachel?
4. About what is the narrator's father writing a book?
5. What is the name of the narrator in the Introduction?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Michael's recent disturbing behavior and what precipitated Michael's actions?
2. What small breakthrough happens with Michael, and what does his mother want?
3. What happens between October and December for Reuven?
4. Describe the game which Michael is playing and which is making Reuven and Rachel nervous for him.
5. Describe Reuven's visit with Danny.
6. How does Danny become involved with the Gordon family?
7. What does Reb Saunders tell Reuven and what does Reuven do?
8. About what is Reuven's father happy?
9. What does Kalman discuss with Reuven after class concerning Professor Gordon?
10. What is the impact of David Malter's book and Kalman's ensuing article on the Yeshiva where David teaches?
This section contains 892 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)