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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. What was Carolyn's crime?
(c) Armed Robbery.
2. How long had Wally conducted writing sessions with the women at the time he compiled this book?
(a) One year.
(b) Six months.
(c) Three years.
(d) Three months.
3. What position had Carolyn held?
(a) Executive Director of a Psychiatric Hospital.
(b) Executive Director of a Mental Health Advocacy Board.
(c) Executive Director of a Private School.
(d) Executive Director of a local chapter of the United Way.
4. Which of the following is NOT a word that Wally uses to describe himself?
(a) History buff.
(b) Fiction writer.
(d) Family man.
5. "Wind, Sand, and Stars" was written by which author?
(a) Gianni Agnelli.
(b) Antoine de Saint-Exupery.
(c) Sir Thomas More.
(d) Dante Alighieri.
Short Answer Questions
1. Other than Nancy, how many people worked at the business in #44?
2. How old was Nancy Whiteley when this story began?
3. How old was Nancy when she learned how to defend herself from her mother's physical abuse?
4. Nancy had felt _______________ most of her life.
5. Where did Tabatha's family and friends to drugs?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Carolyn focus on outside while waiting to be processed into the Department of Corrections?
2. What was Wally's reasoning for not being able to refuse Marge Cohen's call to come to York Correctional Institution?
3. Who was Isadore Weintraub, and what role did he play in Nancy's life?
4. How had Wally become a well-known author in America?
5. How did Nancy describe Isadore's life?
6. What are the two chapters in Carolyn Ann Adams' story, "Thefts" and what does she cover in each?
7. Why did Carolyn think that she was so out of place in the holding cell, and how long did it take before she was convicted?
8. How did Nancy's family disintegrate and how did Nancy manage being alone with her abusive mother?
9. How did Tabatha describe the attic where her family and friends did drugs?
10. What did Nancy finally remember that made the flying monkeys such a horrible memory for her?
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