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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. In what publication does the article appear?
(a) Journal of the American Ontological Society.
(b) Journal of the American Ornithological Society.
(c) Journal of the American Ornate Furniture Society.
(d) Journal of the American Otorhinolaryngeal Society.

2. Which description best fits the article on "The Veidt Method"?
(a) It is a one-page summary.
(b) It is a one-page essay.
(c) It is a detailed feature article.
(d) It is an example of sensationalist reporting.

3. What is the significance of the information given in this section?
(a) It provides good moral leadership for the community.
(b) It provides important information relating to the plot of the novel.
(c) It provides important information about the newspaper's attitude.
(d) It provides insight into the character of Max Shea and other artists.

4. What is the paper's attitude to costumed heroes?
(a) It promotes them because their exploits make great news.
(b) It promotes them as being true Americans and patriots.
(c) It has a neutral, objective viewpoint.
(d) It condemns their behaviour.

5. What is Rorschach's response to the charges?
(a) He denies he murdered Jacobi.
(b) He claims his right to remain silent.
(c) He admits everything.
(d) He denies he murdered Jacobi and blames Night Owl for the other two killings.

6. How is the fire inside the hangar caused?
(a) Laurie started it with her cigarette-lighter.
(b) Laurie used her mobile phone when they were refuelling.
(c) It was started by Nazi punks.
(d) Laurie accidentally activates the flame-thrower.

7. The leading article is written by . . . ?
(a) Editor Hector Godfrey.
(b) Editor Hector Geoffrey.
(c) Reporter Hector Geoffrey.
(d) Feature writer Walter Kovacs.

8. Whose version of events is confirmed through the contents of the scrapbook?
(a) Hollis Mason's.
(b) Captain Metropolis's.
(c) Jon Osterman's.
(d) The Comedian's.

9. Why were Laurie's parents fighting?
(a) Because her mother overspent their budget.
(b) Because her mother had an affair with Rorschach.
(c) Because of her mother's affair with The Comedian.
(d) Because her mother threw a drink at The Comedian.

10. Identify the interviewer's attitude to Veidt.
(a) He is suspicious and cynical.
(b) He is sympathetic but not too trusting.
(c) He is sympathetic and sycophantic.
(d) He is openly hostile.

11. Ih what form are these documents?
(a) A scrapbook about The Comedian.
(b) A travel scrapbook.
(c) A scrapbook miscellany.
(d) A file of newspaper clippings.

12. What information does the secondary story contain?
(a) The amazing powers of Dr Manhattan.
(b) The disapperance of the Black Freighter.
(c) The disappearance of Max Shea and other prominent people in the artistic world.
(d) The amazing disapperance of costumed heroes.

13. Who was the author of the inter-office memo?
(a) The District Attorney.
(b) Detective Fine.
(c) Jon Osterman.
(d) Dr Long.

14. What is specially significant about these documents?
(a) They demonstrate the importance of inter-office memos.
(b) They complete the characterization of Dr Long.
(c) They complete the characterization of Rorshach
(d) They are rich in metaphor and characterization.

15. Detective Fine suspects that Dan . . .
(a) Is in love with Laurie.
(b) Is the man who murdered The Comedian.
(c) Is a costumed hero.
(d) Is a dangerous enemy.

Short Answer Questions

1. What do we learn about Hollis Mason's autobiography?

2. What is ornithology?

3. How is Jon's giant mechanism powered?

4. In the Black Freighter, what happens when the marooned man is on the beach near his town?

5. What can we assume about "The Veidt Method"?

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