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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 do the detectives talk about as they leave the apartment?
(a) They discuss the idea of becoming costumed heroes.
(b) They discuss the murder and wonder if Ozymandias could have been involved.
(c) They discuss the murder and wonder if Rorschach could have been involved.
(d) They discuss the best place to buy pizza.
2. What is Dr Malcolm Long's specialty?
(a) He is a criminal psychologist.
(b) He is is the designer of ink-blot tests.
(c) He is a forensic analyst.
(d) He is a criminal psychiatrist.
3. How old was Hollis when his family moved to New York City?
4. Who is replacing Dan's lock?
(a) The Gordian Pastry Company.
(b) HIH Insurance Company.
(c) The Gordian Lock Company.
(d) The Guardian Lock Company.
5. Who does Jon meet in 1961.
(a) President Kennedy.
(b) Nicola Tesla.
(c) President Truman.
(d) Dan Dreiberg.
Short Answer Questions
1. Bernard's news-stand is in front of . . . ?
2. Who was Silk Spectre's daughter?
3. For what reason did Rorschach, as a child, become involved in a street fight?
4. Who was the first-ever real-life costumed hero?
5. What it the title of the autobiography featured at the end of Chapter 1?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the main focus of this section?
2. What is the problem with Jon and time?
3. Even with Dr Manhattan as a vital asset, the United States is still vulnerable. Why is that?
4. What made Hollis decode to become a costumed hero?
5. In what way is this extract from Hollis' autobiography important in the novel?
6. What happens when Rorschach gets into Blake's apartment?
7. Account for the trouble at the TV studios during Dr Manhattan's interview.
8. What is the basis for the statement "God exists and he's American"?
9. Can any plot significance be attached to this section of the novel?
10. Why did Hollis take the step of becoming a costumed hero?
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