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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the apparent cause of Mr. Walker's death?
(a) A stab wound.
(b) A broken heart.
(c) An overdose of sleeping pills.
(d) A gunshot wound.
2. What type of vermin is the weal?
(a) An opossum.
(b) A mouse.
(c) A skunk.
(d) A weasel.
3. Who is to blame for Ned's death?
(b) Al Capone's men.
(c) Crooked Eddie.
4. How old is Kermit Kroll when he is kidnapped?
(a) 12 years old.
(b) 19 years old.
(c) 60 years old.
(d) 4 years old.
5. What scene from Alice in Wonderland is thought to caricature the whole Shakespeare mess?
(a) The croquet game.
(b) Meeting Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum.
(c) Alice following the rabbit.
(d) The tea party.
6. What object did the poets fiance fall off of?
(a) A mountain.
(b) A train.
(c) A roof.
(d) A horse.
7. What hope did O'Shawn's mother have for him?
(a) That he would make it big in Hollywood.
(b) That he would someday be an Olypmian.
(c) That he would be a lawyer.
(d) That he would be a vacuum-cleaner salesman.
8. Who is speculated to have taken up the pen under Marlowe's name after his death?
(b) Anne Hathaway.
(c) Marie Antoinette.
(d) Mary Shelley.
9. What is the name of Weinstein's ex-wife?
10. Where was Mr. Walker's corpse found?
(a) In the television set.
(b) Outside in the pool.
(c) On the kitchen table.
(d) In his bed.
11. What does Hepatitis note as not having an end?
(b) The world.
(d) A circle.
12. What is the name of a tiny bird that refers to itself in the third person?
(a) An orchy.
(b) A nurk.
(c) A myna.
13. Who does Flo help win the title "The Greek"?
14. Which of the following authors are not mentioned in the essay "But soft...Real Soft"?
15. What type of animal is a flying snoll?
(a) A fish.
(b) A caterpillar.
(c) A lizard.
(d) A giraffe.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did O'Shawn live?
2. What is the name of the singer who desperately wants to sing at Three Deuces?
3. Who is Clifford Wheel's murderer?
4. Who comes into the play claiming to be the author of the audience?
5. What political/social ideal did Weinstein contemplate adopting?
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