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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 is one possible explanation for Michael's nosebleeds?
(a) Being overweight.
(b) Being underweight.
2. How many therapists has Michael been to over the past 14 months?
3. Who is the Jewish, elderly man who comes up to Reuven, Rachel and Michael?
(a) The booth attendant's father.
(b) A visiting Rabbi from Israel.
(c) The local Rabbi.
(d) Michael's grandfather.
4. Who does Reuven call the day after he and Michael go sailing?
(c) Reuven's grandfather.
(d) Professor Gordon.
5. What does Professor Gordon look over at the Zechariah Frankel library?
(a) Negative reviews of his works.
(b) A new theory about the writing of the Talmud.
(c) He does not go to the library because they are too restrictive.
(d) Some books on mental illness.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Reuven say about Rachel Gordon?
2. With whom is Reuven dissatisfied in the flashback?
3. What is Rachel urging Michael to do?
4. About what is the narrator's father writing a book?
5. How does Michael get a nosebleed?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Michael say about the universe when he is back home after the fair?
2. Describe the game which Michael is playing and which is making Reuven and Rachel nervous for him.
3. What does Kalman think about Reuven as his student?
4. What does Danny think about isolation and what does Danny want Reuven to do?
5. What is the impact of David Malter's book and Kalman's ensuing article on the Yeshiva where David teaches?
6. What does Michael say about orthodox Jews?
7. How does Reuven work out a way to meet Professor Gordon?
8. What does Reuven argue at his smicha exam and why is that upsetting to Kalman and Gershenson?
9. What do Reuven and Professor Gordon discuss when Reuven visits him?
10. What does Danny give Michael and what does Michael say about it to Reuven?
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