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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 does Julian confide about a period during his stay at the asylum?
(a) He would not talk to anyone or eat anything.
(b) When he asked to leave, they put him in a single, dark cell.
(c) When he began to hallucinate and withdraw to a point where he was not certain when his mind was tricking him or when it was not.
(d) He fell in love with one of the guards.
2. What does the butler do?
(a) Teases the Cardinal.
(b) Enters and agrees that the model is an extraordinary piece of work.
(c) Dusts the model.
(d) Writes down the measurements.
3. For whom is the larger of the two chairs?
(a) Miss Alice.
(b) His Eminence.
(c) The Pope.
(d) The lawyer.
4. What happens to the conversation.
(a) It settles down.
(b) It gets even uglier.
(c) It turns into a brawl.
(d) It suddenly ends.
5. What does Julian say he heard on that night in the asylum?
(a) Cries or sobbing.
(b) Cats meowing.
(d) Rain falling on the roof.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does this observer address the man who is cooing at the birds?
2. Why is Julian part of this trio?
3. How does the man react at having been discovered cooing to the caged birds?
4. What does Julian think about how men use God?
5. What does the Butler point out?
Short Essay Questions
1. What becomes evident about the two men? How do you know this?
2. What does the butler tell the lawyer, after he softens?
3. What idea do the two men explore, regarding the Cardinal?
4. How does Miss Alice feel about her chairs?
5. What does Julian do when the lawyer leaves?
6. How does the scene end?
7. What do the lawyer and butler do to Julian? What is Julian's response?
8. How does the butler act, when he walks in on Miss Alice and the lawyer?
9. What makes Julian more and more frustrated wit h Miss Alice?
10. How does Miss Alice begin to ensnare Julian?
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