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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 old is Ethan when he is killed?
2. Why is Sarah surprised when she sees Macon at the restaurant?
(a) Because he's lost so much weight.
(b) Because he's wearing an outfit she doesn't recognize.
(c) Because he looks so tan.
(d) Because of the cast on his leg.
3. What does Macon feel after thinking of Sarah in her apartment?
(a) Happy for her.
(b) Longing to be close to someone.
(c) Sad at losing her.
(d) Grateful for his own environment.
4. What restaurant do Macon and Sarah agree to meet at for dinner?
(a) Old Dock.
(b) Old Bay.
(c) Old Shore.
(d) Old Cove.
5. Why does Sarah want Macon to pull over?
(a) She wants to get a blanket from the trunk.
(b) She wants to drive.
(c) She wants to wait out the storm under an overpass.
(d) She has to go to the bathroom.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Garner, what is the perception people have of Macon?
2. What is the reason Muriel marries and divorces her husband, Norman?
3. Why is Muriel not at work when Macon calls?
4. What does Macon see when he looks out the window when his typing is interrupted?
5. What year do Macon and Sarah meet?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Muriel Pritchett when Macon first meets her and when he picks up Edward.
2. In Chapter 11, why doesn't Macon want to have dinner with her and her son?
3. According to Muriel, how did the birth of her son, Alexander, impact her marriage?
4. How does Macon hurt himself in the basement?
5. What happened to Macon and Sarah's son, Ethan?
6. After Macon returns home from London, why does Muriel Pritchett call him?
7. What is Muriel's response to her mother's revelations about her and what does she give Macon?
8. Describe Macon's siblings and their current lifestyle.
9. What does Sarah tell Macon in the car?
10. Why does Rose invite Julian to Thanksgiving dinner?
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