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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. Alice's trial is set for which month?
2. Why is Alice mad at Theresa?
(a) She is sleeping with her husband.
(b) She has stopped watching the girls.
(c) She has not come to see her.
(d) She is spreading rumors about her.
3. What do Howard and Alice buy for the girls on the way home from court?
4. What is the name of Howard's dairy museum?
(a) The Moo-seum.
(b) Wisconsin Dairy Museum.
(c) The Dairy Shrine Museum.
(d) The State Dairy Museum.
5. Who is the Child Protection Services worker on Robbie's case?
(a) Myra Flint.
(b) Marlene Winner.
(c) Mary Wilson.
(d) Marie Keaser.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where do Howard and the girls find a place to live?
2. What animal does Howard slaughter in Chapter 11?
3. Alice is perceived as a ________________ in prison.
4. Where do Howard, Alice and the girls stop on the way home from jail?
5. Howard refers to The Gettysburg Address which was written by whom?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens after Howard and the girls leave the jail and what does Howard bring up in a letter he writes to Alice?
2. How does Alice feel about Rafferty's plans for her and for the trial?
3. How do the girls adapt to "hobo life" as Howard calls their apartment adventure?
4. What does Theresa tell Howard regarding her feelings about her and her life with Dan now?
5. How does Alice refer to her map of the world while describing her jail experience?
6. How does the sale of the farm affect both Howard and Alice?
7. What is Howard's interpretation of Alice's fleeing from the girls when they visit the jail for the first time?
8. What is happening in the Goodwin's lives that starts to let them feel normal again?
9. How does Theresa compare court to church?
10. What is the purpose of the interviews conducted with Alice's daughters and the Child Welfare Office?
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