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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. In what publication does the article appear?
(a) Journal of the American Otorhinolaryngeal Society.
(b) Journal of the American Ornate Furniture Society.
(c) Journal of the American Ornithological Society.
(d) Journal of the American Ontological Society.
2. Who organized and paid for the attack on Adrian Veidt?
(a) Pyramid Industries.
(b) Pyramid Laboratories.
(c) Sphenoid Laboratories.
3. Who does Dr Long meet near Bernhard's newsstand?
(a) The whore.
(b) His wife.
(c) Detective Fine.
4. Detective Fine suspects that Dan . . .
(a) Is a costumed hero.
(b) Is the man who murdered The Comedian.
(c) Is in love with Laurie.
(d) Is a dangerous enemy.
5. On what day was this paper published?
(a) 31st October, 1985.
(b) 22nd November, 1963.
(c) 30th November, 1985.
(d) 26th January, 1985.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the report comment on Rorschach's notebook?
2. What is the significance of the information given in this section?
3. Whose version of events is confirmed through the contents of the scrapbook?
4. Where does the explosion start?
5. What is making Max Shea happy as he boards the boat?
Short Essay Questions
1. Comment on the importance of this chapter for the novel as a whole.
2. Would you agree that the new world order would be a more truthful one?
3. What is important about the Veidt Method?
4. What is significant about the belongings Laurie takes with her when she goes to Mars with Jon?
5. What concrete facts do we learn from this section of the novel?
6. What is unusual about Sally's response to interviewer questions about her rape by The Comedian?
7. Comment on the discontinuing of Nostalgia and its replacement with Millennium perfume.
8. In what ways do Rorschach and Dan/Night Owl act resourcefully in this chapter?
9. How is this issue's rant connected to the plot of the novel?
10. Comment on the importance of this section to the novel as a whole.
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