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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. When is the only time that Moran is seemingly happy?
(a) During the Rosary.
(b) When he is alone.
(c) During harvest season.
(d) When his children do well on their exams.
2. Where does Mark go every night to "escape" when he is staying at Great Meadow?
(a) The barn.
(b) Maggie's bedroom.
(c) His car.
(d) The pub.
3. Why does young Michael cry during the ritual of the Rosary?
(a) He is afraid of Moran.
(b) He does not believe in the Rosary.
(c) He hurt his back tending to the garden.
(d) He misses his sisters.
4. Whose place in the household does Rose take over?
5. What does Michael borrow from Nell?
(a) Her car.
(b) Her passport.
(c) Train fare.
(d) New clothes.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who stood in for Moran during Maggie's wedding?
2. What does Sheila desperately want to study, but Moran will not allow it?
3. Sheila and Mona send a note to Moran and Rose telling them that Michael is where?
4. As Moran seems to lose his spark for life, what is it that he mentions he feels betrayed by?
5. What does Michael begin to do when he discovers he is attracted to older women?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Michael jeopardizing his future?
2. How is Maggie's life changed by Rose becoming part of the family?
3. When do Luke and Moran finally reconnect?
4. What do Moran and Rose think when Michael isn't present for the Rosary?
5. What does Moran do when he finds out Michael quit school?
6. Why does Moran make the entire family join him in the ritual of the Rosary?
7. What is it about Moran that seems to regulate the mood in the house?
8. What begins to happen to Moran physically after Maggie brings home her newborn son?
9. How does Moran respond when he is questioned about threatening Michael with his gun?
10. What causes Moran to become more and more morose throughout Section 4?
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