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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 is specially significant about these documents?
(a) They demonstrate the importance of inter-office memos.
(b) They complete the characterization of Rorshach
(c) They are rich in metaphor and characterization.
(d) They complete the characterization of Dr Long.
2. What is Laurie doing when Detective Fine arrives?
(a) Hiding her hero's costume.
(b) Taking a nap.
(c) Cooking dinner.
(d) Taking a shower.
3. What can we assume about "The Veidt Method"?
(a) It's the lifestyle of the Nazi punks.
(b) It's a good idea and more people ought to do it.
(c) It's the lifestyle Veidt used to become a costumed hero.
(d) A lot of money is spent on advertising it.
4. In the context of Watchmen, what is a masquerade?
(a) A dance where people wear masks.
(b) A pretence or deception; a disguise..
(c) A rude comedy sketch played after Shakespearean tragedies.
(d) A dance.
5. According to the article, what is the purpose of the owl's screech?
(a) To call to a mate.
(b) To warn other owls of danger.
(c) To paralyse prey and pin it to the ground.
(d) To frighten other owls and keep them away from prey.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is "The Veidt Method"
2. On what day was this paper published?
3. Who tries to sell something to Bernhard?
4. What is the password for Veidt's computer system?
5. Why does Dan wake up during the night?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is important about the Veidt Method?
2. In what ways do Rorschach and Dan/Night Owl act resourcefully in this chapter?
3. Explain the inclusion of extracts from Sally Jupiter's scrapbook at this point in the novel.
4. Comment on the importance of this chapter for the novel as a whole.
5. Comment on the structure of this chapter.
6. Explain what is happening in the wider world as Laurie and Dan begin their relationship.
7. What is the connection between "Blood from the Shoulder of Pallas" and the events in this chapter?
8. What concrete facts do we learn from this section of the novel?
9. Comment on the importance of this section to the novel as a whole.
10. According to Dan Dreiberg, what do scientists lack?
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