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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. Which of the following might be found at a hunger strike?
(c) Loudly shouted slogans.
(d) The act of giving up a certain activity.
2. Why is Woody plagued with doubts about God?
(a) Because he loves his family.
(b) Because his name is Woody.
(c) Because he is an atheist.
(d) Because of cruel and silly accidents.
3. What is Kleinman doing when the group of men come to call him to their vigilante hunt?
(b) Eating dinner.
(d) Watching television.
4. Who is the narrator in the section "Early Essays"?
(a) It is a literary critic.
(b) It is Allen's best childhood friend.
(c) It is Allen himself.
(d) It is an unnamed narrator.
5. What animal does God suggest the merchant put on his t-shirts?
Short Answer Questions
1. How much money is Flossie blackmailing Word for?
2. What is the front for Flossie's call girls service?
3. Where does the title of this collection of stories come from?
4. What reason does the killer give for murdering all those people?
5. Who is Hans Spiro?
Short Essay Questions
1. What advice does Allen offer in "On Frugality"?
2. What do "On Seeing a Tree in Summer" and "On Tripping Through a Copse Picking Violets" seem to cover or determine?
3. How does God "test" job and why?
4. What happens to Klavar Akdal in "I Prefer to Yodel"?
5. What does Abraham think of God's command and what does Sarah think of the command?
6. Who does the narrator compare Allen's play to and what excuse does the narrator give for there being no later plays?
7. What is Anna and what does she discuss with Kleinman?
8. What is the third and final method civil disobedience the author describes and how is it described?
9. What does Kleinman learn about the killer as he speaks to him? What does Kleinman suggest to the killer?
10. Who is Dr. Osgood Mulford Twelge and what does he do?
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