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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. Why does Dr. Marshall assert that Victor does not want his "old" mother back?
(a) She is too strong for him.
(b) He does not love her.
(c) She abused him.
(d) He is selfish.
2. What does the narrator claim all of his co-workers are addicted to?
3. Why does Victor choke himself?
(a) To make money.
(b) To make enemies.
(c) To make friends.
(d) To get a free meal.
4. Why does Denny say he is collecting the objects he collects?
(a) For each day he is "sober."
(b) He loves rocks.
(c) He needs something to do.
(d) He wants to build a church.
5. What is the name of the patient that accuses Victor of being her older brother who raped her?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Paige Marshall ask Victor about their earlier encounter in the chapel?
2. Who does Dr. Marshall say Ida Mancini believes Victor is?
3. When Victor visits the hospital in Chapter 8, where is his mother?
4. What does Victor choke on the first time he is shown choking as an adult?
5. Who wrote the advertisement that Denny shows Victor?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Victor admit to raping Eva?
2. Why does Victor say that Colonial Dunsboro and St. Anthony's are both trapped in the past?
3. Explain Victor's "Hero Book."
4. Discuss Victor's Mother's insecurities when she picked him up from the mall.
5. In what case does Dr. Marshall tell Victor that he may be his own father?
6. What does the narrator mean when he says everyone at Colonial Dunsboro is addicted to something?
7. What does Victor do when the girl leaves the front desk at St. Anthony's?
8. What does Victor know about Paige Marshall in the first part of this book?
9. When Paige Marshall tells Victor she can restore his mother to the way she used to be, he says, "God forbid." Why would he say that?
10. Explain the connection Victor makes in Chapter 15 when he and his mother are in the stalled car and the pornography he saw as a child.
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