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The Catcher In The Rye Final Exam (AP Lit: Ms. Deep & Ms. Kingsbury)

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the catcher in the rye final exam (AP lit: ms. deep & ms. kingsbury)
This is the final exam for Catcher in the Rye in AP English at Overbrook High School with Ms. Deep and Ms. Kingsbury.   The test is multiple-choice.   Feel free to use your book and notes as answer resources.  

  
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1.  The first paragraph of the novel primarily serves
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2.  From the context, the reader can infer that "this crumby place" the narrator refers to in the middle of the first paragraph of the novel is most likely
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3.  In the first chapter, the first complete shift in setting occurs
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4.  Which of the following is NOT a logical assumption after reading chapter 1?
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5.  When Holden states, "Now he's out in Hollywood, D.B., being a prostitute," he most likely means that
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6.  In the 3rd paragraph on page 60 which references the ducks, the "it" in the last sentence probably refers to the chance of
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7.  On page 60, Holden's response to the taxi driver's question of "Where to?" reveals his
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8.  In chapter 9, the taxi driver's attitude toward the narrator could best be described as
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9.  In the paragraph at the bottom of page 60 beginning with "Well-- take me to the Edmont, then," Holden reveals his1. Desire to impress adults2. Desperation for companionship3. Maturity and worldliness
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10.  Holden's comment on page 118 that the park "made you depressed" reveals that he
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11.  The author most likely put "any" in italics in "It didn't seem like anything was coming soon" (118) to convey the1. Total dreariness of the park2. Extent of Holden's depression3. Depth of the sensitivity of Holden
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12.  The author most likely included Holden's comment on page 118 about the little girl's sweater being "lumpy" and made by the mother in order to
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13.  Given the context of the passage on page 119 (and the novel as a whole), Holden's comment, "I love it when a kid's nice and polite" can best be interpreted by the reader as
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14.  The long paragraph beginning on page 120 about the museum is characterized by all of the following EXCEPT
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15.  From the long paragraph beginning on page 120 about the museum, the reader can infer that the narrator1. Sometimes misbehaved in private life2. Is very perceptive of small details3. Appreciates kind, even-tempered adults
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16.  On page 169, Holden becomes "even more depressed" when Phoebe says "You don't like anything that's happening" most likely because1. The comment reveals that even she does not understand him2. Her tone is less than sympathetic3. He knows her analysis is correct
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17.  From the two long paragraphs on page 170 about James Castle, the reader can infer all of the following EXCEPT
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18.  From Holden's comments on page 171 about what he does like, the reader can infer that Holden likes
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19.  On page 172, in the paragraph beginning "Lawyers are all right," the last half of the paragraph reveals Holden's
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20.  On page 173, Holden states three times that his desire to the be "the catcher in the rye" is "crazy" because he
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21.  In the middle of page 210, in the first paragraph, Holden's comment "fifty years ago when I was a little kid" reveals his1. World-weariness2. Tendency to exaggerate3. Extreme maturity for his age
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22.  Given the context of the passage on page 211, the children "trying to grab for the gold ring" most likely symbolizes attempts to
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23.  On page 212, when Phoebe puts Holden's red hunting hat on his head, his remark that it nearly "killed" him reflects
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24.  On page 213, in the last sentence of the first paragraph of chapter 26, "that stuff" refers to
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25.  Chapter 26, beginning on page 213, is characterized by all of the following EXCEPT
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