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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 animal does the reader learn O'Shawn is afraid of?
(a) Pot-bellied pigs.
2. Which of his doctor's does O'Shawn appear to mention in his poem?
(a) His orthodontist.
(b) His chiropractor.
(c) His dentist.
(d) His podiatrist.
3. What is the name of the girl Vincent is in love with?
4. What happens at towards the end of the play that causes the actors to have to ad-lib the the ending?
(a) The machine accidentally kills the actor playing Zeus.
(b) The actor playing the King is called away on urgent business.
(c) Doris decides to put on a one woman show.
(d) Diabetes gets locked in the bathroom.
5. What is the primary focus of the critic as he goes through O'Shawn's poem line by line?
(a) The verbage of the poem.
(b) The analogies present in the text.
(c) The colorful language used.
(d) The names found in the text.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many eyes is a flying snoll rumored to have?
2. What type of vermin is the weal?
3. How does Mrs. Freem explain her husband's death?
4. What is the name of a tiny bird that refers to itself in the third person?
5. Where did O'Shawn live?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the solution of the "The Stolen Gem" case?
2. What subject matter is covered in "Fabulous Tales and Mythical Beasts"?
3. How did the phrase "humble pie" originate?
4. What is the story of the origins of the phrase "get into beef"?
5. Why does Diabetes get Woody Allen involved and what is Allen's response?
6. What is Weinstein's relationship and interaction with Harriet like?
7. How was Clifford Wheel killed? How was the killer discovered?
8. What importance does the critic put on the names mentioned in O'Shawn's poem and what does the critic try to do each time he sees a name?
9. How is Mr. Walker initially thought to have died and what truth about his death does the Inspector find?
10. What is Weinstein's character like and what are some of his recollections?
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