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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does the senior who takes a special interest in David drive?
(a) A blue convertible.
(b) A green station wagon.
(c) A black truck.
(d) A red sportscar.

2. According to the narrator on page 17, what is love to David?
(a) Validation.
(b) Denial.
(c) Withdrawal.
(d) Declaration.

3. According to the narrator on page 113, how has Mr. Kingsley's attic changed?
(a) It has gone from elegant to unsophisticated.
(b) It has gone from charming to repulsive.
(c) It has gone from luxurious to simple.
(d) It has gone from pristine to squalid.

4. What does Sarah feel for Liam on page 119?
(a) An uneasy responsibility.
(b) An anxious fluttering.
(c) A curious wonder.
(d) A hopeful anticipation.

5. When the students are directed to crawl on the floor in the dark, how does David identify Sarah?
(a) By her hair.
(b) By her cardigan.
(c) By her earrings.
(d) By her jeans.

6. How does Mr. Kingsley direct Sarah and David to communicate on page 55?
(a) Via their eyes.
(b) Via their feet.
(c) Via their hands.
(d) Via their knees.

7. Where in England do the visitors live, as mentioned on page 87?
(a) Bournemouth.
(b) Blackpool.
(c) Brighton.
(d) Bristol.

8. What is noteworthy about the production performed by the English visitors?
(a) It is vulgar and inappropriate.
(b) It is elegant and urbane.
(c) It is baffling and confusing.
(d) It is intricate and complicated.

9. The phrase "slid into the room like a knife" (3) uses what literary device?
(a) Irony.
(b) Symbolism.
(c) Metaphor.
(d) Simile.

10. Who walks out midway through the production performed by the English visitors?
(a) The director.
(b) Mr. Kingsley.
(c) The principal.
(d) The seniors.

11. What do the students begin studying at the start of sophomore year?
(a) Ego Fabrication.
(b) Ego Reconstruction.
(c) Ego Construction.
(d) Ego Deconstruction.

12. According to the narrator on page 12, what does Sarah feel about David when he visits her following his summer vacation?
(a) A joyful affection.
(b) A disappointed compassion.
(c) An angry warmth.
(d) A sad tenderness.

13. When David drives Sarah home on page 86, how do they interact with one another?
(a) Joyfully.
(b) Stiffly.
(c) Resolutely.
(d) Gently.

14. What is Karen's last name?
(a) Winger.
(b) Wilson.
(c) Windsor.
(d) Wurtzel.

15. What is the name of the teacher traveling with the English students?
(a) Michael.
(b) Matthew.
(c) Mitchell.
(d) Martin.

Short Answer Questions

1. According to the narrator on page 67, how does Mr. Kingsley treat Sarah following her failures in class?

2. When does the first section of the novel take place?

3. According to the narrator on page 9, each of David's postcards comprise what type of message?

4. What function does David perform for the fall musical?

5. What type of exercises are employed in the students' acting class, as explained on page 2?

(see the answer keys)

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