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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 happens to the merchant's t-shirts when he adds the animal to them as God suggested?
(a) They look like costumes.
(b) No one buys them at all.
(c) They are bought only by women under the age of 36.
(d) They are hugely successful.
2. What weapon does the killer use to murder Kleinman?
(a) A pistol.
(b) A large lead pipe.
(c) A switchblade.
(d) He strangles Kleinman with his hands.
3. What happened to the oppressed post revolution?
(a) They were free and happy.
(b) Their rights were protected.
(c) The began a utopia.
(d) They became the oppressors.
4. What is one way the oppressors can end a hunger strike according to Allen?
(a) By eating smelly foods in front of the strikers.
(b) Tempt the protesters into eating.
(c) Offering everyone money.
(d) By changing the law to make hunger strikes illegal.
5. Where does the title of this collection of stories come from?
(a) An old Charles Dickens novel.
(b) A quote by Emily Dickinson.
(c) Lyrics of a Beatles song.
(d) A thought in Woody's head.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Allen considering in "On Seeing a Tree in Summer"?
2. In which essay does Allen consider the appropriateness of behaviors based on one's stage of life?
3. What does the narrator claim that Dorf and Netta symbolize?
4. What type of love is being discussed in "On Love"?
5. What does Mr. Sykes's spirit attempt to shoplift?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the reader derive about ghosts or spirits by reading "Examining Psychic Phenomena"?
2. Who are Netta and Dorf and what do they represent?
3. In "The Sacrifice" how does Man offend Nature? What must be done to appease Nature?
4. What does Kaiser find when he arrives at Hunter College Book Store?
5. What happens to Natasha in the ballet "Dmitri"?
6. What is the third and final method civil disobedience the author describes and how is it described?
7. How do the oppressors and oppressed behave?
8. What are some of the worries or anxieties that Woody shares in the opening section of the book?
9. What does Abraham think of God's command and what does Sarah think of the command?
10. What is Sigmund's relationship with Justine and Yvette?
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