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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 long after Cooper dies does Peter leave the Farm?
(a) A week.
(b) One day.
(c) Nine days.
(d) A month.
2. How is Governor Wallace disabled?
(a) He is in a wheelchair.
(b) He is blind.
(c) He has dyslexia
(d) He is deaf.
3. In Chapter 19, Peter decides to head to his next location, how does he hear of this place?
(a) An email.
(b) Through people he encounters on his trip.
(c) A phone call.
(d) An ad in the paper.
4. How does Peter feel at that start of Chapter 19?
(a) Happy and upbeat.
(b) Scared and vulnerable.
(c) Sad and depressed.
(d) Angry and violent.
5. In Chapter 15, who does Peter discover lives in Murphy?
(a) An old friend.
(b) His great grandfather.
(c) Bootleggers and drug dealers.
(d) His college roomate's sister.
Short Answer Questions
1. At the Farm Peter learns of Stephen Gaskin. Who is Stephen Gaskin?
2. Why does Peter have the emotions he is feeling at the beginning of Chapter 19?
3. At the Farm Peter meets many people, why does Peter never meet Stephen Gaskin?
4. At the start of Chapter 24, whom does Peter call?
5. At the end of Chapter 23, what does Peter decide to try and do?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 22 there is a terrible accident. Describe this event.
2. Describe Peter's church experience while living with the Oliver family in Chapter 13.
3. What is Peter's impression of Stephen Gaskin?
4. How does Peter meet the Oliver brothers in Chapter 13? What does Peter do with them?
5. In Chapters 15 and 16, Peter finds himself isolated from the men at work. What causes this rift?
6. What is Peter's job like while living in Murphy?
7. In Chapter 13, Peter meets a sheriff. Describe their interaction.
8. Describe the altercation Peter is involved in during Chapter 24 and how it is resolved.
9. Describe M.C Jenkins. What important role does he play in Peter's life?
10. Describe the Oliver family home.
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