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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who makes several insightful observations about the events at the party?
(d) No one.
2. What was Monica working on when the timequake went into effect?
(a) Walking her dog.
(b) Taking a shower.
(c) Working on the Academy budget.
(d) Typing a letter.
3. What qualifies someone to be able to celebrate more than one anniversary a year?
(a) Many moments of togetheness.
(b) Having children.
(c) Many hours of togetherness.
(d) Many days of togetherness.
4. What does Vonnegut tell the reader he stripped of all its bad pieces in the prologue?
(a) A garden.
(b) A song.
(c) A novel.
(d) A steak.
5. What does everyone have to do to reach normal time again?
(a) Sleep for ten years.
(b) Appreciate each other.
(c) Repeat the previous ten years exactly as they happened.
(d) Exercise for ten years.
6. What does Vonnegut compare his action of stripping out the bad pieces to?
(a) A sport.
(d) Filleting a fish.
7. Who did Vonnegut know that never married for money?
(a) His sister, Allie.
(b) His siblings.
(c) His mom.
(d) His dad.
8. Who is Monica's husband?
9. Who wrote "The Sisters B-36"?
(b) No one.
10. Where is the writer's retreat located?
(a) New Hampshire.
(c) Rhode Island.
(d) New Mexico.
11. Where does Monica Pepper work?
(a) At a drive in.
(b) At a restaurant.
(c) The American Academy of Arts and Letters.
(d) At a theatre.
12. Who does Vonnegut believe humanism is for?
(a) The depressed.
(b) The wealthy.
(c) The middle class.
(d) The poor.
13. What is the response from the person Vonnegut writes to when he is restless about his writing?
(b) To go on a vacation.
(c) His prose was turned into poetry.
(d) To take a sebatical.
14. How does the author view his writing?
(a) The best work written.
(b) Bad and unfit for publication.
(c) Mediocre at best.
15. Who fell down once free will kicked in?
(a) People who were standing.
(b) People who were walking.
(c) People who were flying.
(d) People who were sitting.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Zolant's teacher immediately accuse him of upon turning in his paper?
2. What is the story about Hitler filled with?
3. How does Trout want people to perceive him?
4. Where was the atomic bomb invented?
5. What does Trout do with the stories he writes?
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