Without Feathers Test | Mid-Book Test - Easy

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Without Feathers Test | Mid-Book Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. How does Sigmund kill himself?
(a) Running head first into a brick wall.
(b) By swallowing a barbell.
(c) He jumps out of a plane without a parachute.
(d) He does not kill himself.

2. Who helped catch the Dusseldorf Strangler?
(a) Marx.
(b) Londos.
(c) Shafari.
(d) Aristotle.

3. What is Word Babcock's line of work?
(a) Pizza delivery man.
(b) Bus driver.
(c) Toilet paper factory manager.
(d) Joy-buzzer manufacturer

4. As a reward for catching the blackmailer, what does Kaiser do?
(a) Buys himself a new hat.
(b) Has a celebratory dinner with Word.
(c) Look up an old account named Gloria.
(d) Goes out dancing with the call-girls.

5. Who is Mrs. Sanstand supposedly a representation of?
(a) Womens Rights.
(b) Lovborg's mother.
(c) The King of England.
(d) Mother nature.

6. What material does Woody end up burning?
(a) His bed.
(b) All his plays and poetry.
(c) His high school diploma.
(d) Every copy of Readers' Digest in his house.

7. Who is the narrator in the section "Early Essays"?
(a) It is Allen himself.
(b) It is a literary critic.
(c) It is Allen's best childhood friend.
(d) It is an unnamed narrator.

8. What has Henrick taken with him to Oslo?
(a) A dog named Sally.
(b) Nothing.
(c) His mistress.
(d) His geranium.

9. What type of civil disobedience involves shouting slogans and signs?
(a) Demonstrating and marching.
(b) Fundraising.
(c) Letter-writing.
(d) Petitioning.

10. What happens to Von Epps when he crashes Sigmund's wedding?
(a) He runs off with the bride.
(b) He turns all the flowers into bunnies.
(c) He gets killed.
(d) No one even notices that he is there.

11. What is Kleinman doing when the group of men come to call him to their vigilante hunt?
(a) Showering.
(b) Eating dinner.
(c) Sleeping.
(d) Watching television.

12. What form does Von Epps take before he abducts Yvette?
(a) The form of Sigmund.
(b) The form of a small child looking for help.
(c) The form of yesterday's laundry.
(d) The form of her bed.

13. What does the parrot become in one of Woody's story ideas?
(a) The secretary of agriculture.
(b) The Statue of Liberty.
(c) An eagle.
(d) A large fighting robot.

14. Which of the following might be found at a hunger strike?
(a) Napping.
(b) Loudly shouted slogans.
(c) The act of giving up a certain activity.
(d) Marching.

15. What does the narrator claim that Dorf and Netta symbolize?
(a) True love.
(b) The relationship of a man and his dog.
(c) Right and wrong.
(d) Old and new Europe respectively.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Berte do when she hears that Henrick has left for Oslo?

2. What are the characters in "The Sacrifice" ?

3. What does Woody's brother use to beat him over the head?

4. How do the elders decide to sacrifice the young woman?

5. Which of the following is considered a highly visible type of protest according to Allen?

(see the answer keys)

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