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Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is the narrator of "Where I Live?"
(a) The salesman.
(b) A third person narrator.
(c) The salesman conscience.
(d) A young, female resident of Barnstown.
2. What does Harrison Bergeron declare himself to be when he is on television?
(a) Emperor of the world.
(b) The president of the United States.
(c) High priest of all.
(d) A supreme court judge.
3. Who ends up being Billy the Poet?
(a) A volunteer.
(b) A young boy.
(c) A mailman.
(d) A sheriff.
4. What are the agents called in that enforce equality?
(a) A-B men.
(b) H-G men.
(c) E-Q men.
(d) M-A men.
5. How does the narrator initially feel about George in "More Stately Mansions?"
(a) That he is too funny.
(b) That he is too quiet.
(c) That he is too forward.
(d) That he is too worried.
Short Answer Questions
1. On the giant chess board, what piece is Kelly?
2. In "The Foster Portfolio," who left Foster the securities?
3. In "Miss Temptation," what does Fuller want to speak against at divinity school?
4. Who is the narrator in "Who Am I This Time?"
5. In "Where I Live," what does the salesman sell?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens at the diner the night after George finds Jim in the school?
2. Why does David look for a job at the Works in "Deer in the Works?"
3. In "Adam," why is Heinz disappointed when he goes home after his wife gave birth?
4. Why is the salesman looking for the library trustees?
5. What makes Harry such an interesting actor to the director in "Who Am I This Time?"
6. Why does the professor speak against Euphios in "The Euphio Question?"
7. How does EPICAC end up falling in love with Pat?
8. What decision does Susanna make at the end of "Miss Temptation?"
9. What are the rules of the chess game in "All the King's Horses?"
10. How does Alma describe Foster's childhood to the investor in "The Foster Portfolio?"
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