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Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Mrs. Freem explain her husband's death?
(a) She accidentally hit him with her car.
(b) She accidentally shot him while hunting.
(c) He slipped while showering.
(d) He fell out of a window.
2. What type of establishment does Big Flo operate?
(a) A speakeasy.
(b) A hair salon.
(c) A grocery market.
(d) A book store.
3. After reading the ransom note and speaking to Kermit, what conclusion does Inspector Ford come to?
(a) Kermit was in on the kidnapping.
(b) It was just a practical joke.
(c) Two neighbors kiddnapped Kermit because they hate the Krolls.
(d) The kidnappers were Russian.
4. Why is one of Vincent's patients suing him?
(a) Because his bridge does not fit.
(b) Because Vincent broke the patient's tooth.
(c) Because his braces did not straighten his teeth.
(d) Because it hurt when his tooth was pulled out.
5. In the game lamming, what did people put on themselves?
Short Answer Questions
1. What mythical creature has the head of an accountant?
2. From what time period did the phrase "spiffy" presumably originate?
3. What woman is named as intimidating Weinstein with her accomplishments?
4. What animal does the reader learn O'Shawn is afraid of?
5. Who is the critic analyzing O'Shawn's poem?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Diabetes get Woody Allen involved and what is Allen's response?
2. How does the critic seem to speak about O'Shawn and his work? What does the critic add to O'Shawn's work?
3. What are two types of creatures touched on in this section and how are they described?
4. What subject matter is covered in "Fabulous Tales and Mythical Beasts"?
5. What is Vincent Van Gogh's profession in this story and how does he feel about it?
6. Who is Claire Memling and what is Vincent Van Gogh's relationship with her?
7. How did the phrase "humble pie" originate?
8. What are some theories regarding Anne Hathaway that are presented in "But Soft...Real Soft"?
9. What poem is being critiqued and what does the author say about the poet's works?
10. What is the solution of the "The Stolen Gem" case?
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