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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 addition to the woman who rums the laundry room, how many girls work there?
2. What does the Duke feel about the loss of one's memory?
(a) It will never happen to him.
(b) It is an unusual occurance.
(c) It is also the loss of one's self.
(d) It is a natural progression.
3. What does the Duke's irrational fear of his diminishing health suggest?
(a) He is Bipolar.
(b) He is Schizophrenic.
(c) He is a hypochondriac.
(d) He is Antisocial.
4. What is the date of the first journal entry?
(a) October 1sr.
(b) September 28th.
(c) September 29th.
(d) September 30th.
5. What is sensitive to the condition of the eternal flame?
(a) One's life.
(b) One's eyesight.
(c) One's tolerance for cold.
(d) One's hearing.
Short Answer Questions
1. How might the Duke appear to an outsider?
2. What does Fanny Adelaide do for a living?
3. What does the Duke spend his last few months of life trying to do?
4. What characteristic of the Duke suggests mental instability?
5. Who does the Duke meet on October 5th?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is the Duke's imagination revealed with the soap bubbles in the laundry room sink?
2. Based on the scene in the laundry room, how does Mrs. Pladger feel about the Duke?
3. What does the Duke feel as he walks through the tunnel system?
4. What is the significance of reading Mr. Bird's point of view within the Duke's journal?
5. How large are the tunnels in the underground tunnel system?
6. Why do the townspeople spread rumors about the Duke?
7. Who are the Duke's employees that add information in "From His Graces Journal to Mr. Bowen's Account?"
8. What does the Duke think about when reminiscing about Fanny Adelaide?
9. What thoughts does the memory of a dead sparrow bring to the Duke?
10. What do the Oakely sisters tell the Duke concerning the beef essence?
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