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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Kaiser find the girls studying when he arrives at Flossie's call-girl center of operations?
2. What type of love is being discussed in "On Love"?
3. Who is the only group member left at the door by the time vigilant Kleinman is ready to go?
4. Where are the essays at the beginning of the story supposed to be coming from?
5. Who does Woody's girlfriend run away with?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who are Netta and Dorf and what do they represent?
2. What is Sigmund's relationship with Justine and Yvette?
3. Where does the title of this book come from and what does the title seem to mean?
4. Who is Dr. Osgood Mulford Twelge and what does he do?
5. How does Kaiser discover where the call girl service is based?
6. What does the shepherd find in the caves and what do experts think of this discovery?
7. What are some of the worries or anxieties that Woody shares in the opening section of the book?
8. What does the reader derive about ghosts or spirits by reading "Examining Psychic Phenomena"?
9. What happens to Klavar Akdal in "I Prefer to Yodel"?
10. How does the author describe a sit-down strike and what warning do they give?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The character of God is involved in a number of Woody Allen's selections or short stories in "Without Feathers." What are three examples of references to God in "Without Feathers" and what does Allen seem to be saying about the character of God and his interaction/relationship with human beings?
Essay Topic 2
What is a memoir and how does it differ from an autobiography? Which short story in "Without Feathers" is considered a memoir and who is the memoir about?
Essay Topic 3
What is an ethicist and what is ethicist writing? Please provide an example of ethicist type writing found in "Without Feathers" and what various characteristics or structure makes this section an example of ethicist writing.
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