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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. Rorschach tells Moloch to contact him by what method?
(a) By leaving a note in a certain city trash can.
(b) By leaving a note under his door.
(c) By sending him a coded text message.
(d) By leaving a note at Grand Central station.
2. In what year did Hollis read about costumed heroes?
3. Why is Laurie glad to hear that Blake is dead?
(a) She knows he will leave her a lot of money.
(b) She heard he had terminal cancer and is glad his suffering is over.
(c) He had once tried to rape her mother.
(d) He had once tried to rape her.
4. What is Dr Malcolm Long's specialty?
(a) He is a forensic analyst.
(b) He is is the designer of ink-blot tests.
(c) He is a criminal psychiatrist.
(d) He is a criminal psychologist.
5. Where does Rorschach go to visit Jon Osterman?
(a) The Rockefeller Military Research Centre.
(b) The London School of Economics.
(c) Pine Gap Base in Central Australia.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Professor Glass's normal job?
2. What does Laurie realize about Jon?
3. Tales of the Black Freighter is known for being . . .
4. Who does Jon meet in 1961.
5. Where does this chapter take place?
Short Essay Questions
1. Is there anything ironic about the interview between Dr Long and Rorschach?
2. What is the problem with Jon and time?
3. Account for the trouble at the TV studios during Dr Manhattan's interview.
4. What was unusual about the case of Night Owl?
5. What is the main idea of the article presented here?
6. What made Hollis decode to become a costumed hero?
7. In what way is this extract from Hollis' autobiography important in the novel?
8. Do you think that Hooded Justice was right not to testify to the House UnAmerican Activities Commission?
9. What was the cause of the murder/suicide investigated by Detectives Fine and Bourquin?
10. Why was the Keene Act passed?
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