Mid-Book Test - Medium
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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Bernard's news-stand is in front of . . . ?
(a) The Institute for Interspatial Studies.
(b) Carnegie Hall.
(c) The Institute for Interspatial Harmony.
(d) The Institute for Interspatial Relations.
2. Which costumed hero refused to comply with the order referred to in the above question?
(a) Blind Justice.
(b) Night Owl
(c) Silk Spectre
(d) Hooded Justice.
3. Who wrote the text for Tales of the Black Freighter?
(a) Max Osterman
(b) Max Factor.
(c) Max Shea.
(d) Mark Shea
4. What is striking about the list of people Doug Roth reads on TV?
(a) All are members of a secret society.
(b) All have been diagnosed with diabetes.
(c) All have been aides to Richard Nixon.
(d) All have been diagnosed with terminal cancer.
5. Hollis became which costumed hero?
(b) Captain Metropolis.
(c) Night Owl.
Short Answer Questions
1. Rorschach tells Moloch to contact him by what method?
2. Why did a man slaughter his wife and family?
3. What does Laurie realize about Jon?
4. What important advantage do costumed heroes have?
5. How old was Hollis when his family moved to New York City?
Short Essay Questions
1. Comment on the importance of this chapter for the novel as a whole.
2. Comment on the discontinuing of Nostalgia and its replacement with Millennium perfume.
3. In the context of the novel, what function does this section fulfill?
4. Comment on the importance of this section to the novel as a whole.
5. What happened to Dollar Bill?
6. What is the result of Rorschach's visit to Moloch?
7. What is the topic of conversation between the two detectives as they leave the scene of the murder?
8. Who is Adrian Veidt?
9. Who is Dr Manhattan?
10. What was the outcome for the other costumed heroes after their appearances before the House UnAmerican Activities Committee?
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