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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. How does Keith characterize his younger years?
(a) As always wanting to go into theater but did not have the courage.
(b) As being a hooligan.
(c) As being very protected.
(d) As being a nerd.
2. Who does Richard say sent the package from Aunt Peg to Ginny?
(a) Aunt Peg.
(b) He did.
(c) Aunt Peg's lawyer.
(d) Aunt Peg's secretary.
3. What does Ginny do when she gets back to Richard's flat?
(b) Wakes him to tell him how it went with Keith.
(c) Picks up the next letter.
(d) Calls her mama.
4. In what state does Ginny wake the next morning?
(a) In a nightgown she does not remember putting on.
(b) Fearful and crying.
(c) Still in her traveling clothes.
5. What does Alice give Ginny when Ginny arrives at the 4th Noodle Penthouse?
(a) A necklace.
(b) A check.
(c) A quilt.
(d) A brown package.
Short Answer Questions
1. For how long has Aunt Peg been dead when Ginny goes to the 4th Noodle Penthouse?
2. At what counter does Ginny have the clerk call her guide?
3. How does Aunt Peg die?
4. Who helps Ginny decide what to do?
5. Why is Ginny unsure when she goes to an ATM machine to get some cash?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Richard say when asked what he sold the Queen?
2. Where do Keith and Ginny go after having a drink?
3. Where does Ginny go at the Coliseum, what does she do and what does the letter she opens there say?
4. Who is Ginny supposed to meet in Edinburgh and why? How does Ginny feel about going there?
5. How does Ginny and Keith get David in the car when he is drunk?
6. What does Ginny decide to do to get rid of the tickets she now holds and how many does she give away?
7. What do Keith and Ginny do at the house in Edinburgh and what is Ginny told as she is leaving?
8. Where does Ginny go and what does she get there?
9. What is strange about the package and what's in the package?
10. Describe the process Ginny goes through to purchase the tickets.
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