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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. Chick implies that Meg is the reason:
(a) Doc now walks with a limp.
(b) Babe has suffered negative publicity.
(c) Granddaddy is sick.
(d) Lenny is alone on her birthday.

2. When the sisters discover it is Lenny's birthday they decide to:
(a) Buy her a box of candy.
(b) Contact Charlie Hill for her.
(c) Sing Happy Birthday with a candle on a cookie.
(d) Order her a birthday cake from the bakery.

3. When Meg confesses her reservations, Barnette:
(a) Pleads with her to keep him on for the experience.
(b) Reveals he has a personal vendetta against Zackery.
(c) Concedes he is not the right lawyer for the case.
(d) States he believes Babe did not act alone.

4. Babe will not talk to Barnette Lloyd because:
(a) She is protecting her teenage lover.
(b) She does not believe he can properly defend her.
(c) She is ashamed of herself for shooting Zackery.
(d) She wants to go to jail.

5. Meg and Babe remember their mother's death differently because:
(a) Meg is not as realistic as Babe.
(b) Babe loved their mother and Meg did not.
(c) Meg was older than Babe when their mother died.
(d) Meg refuses to believe her mother committed suicide.

Short Answer Questions

1. Lenny is surprised to find:

2. The most pressing matter of the moment is:

3. When Meg objects to Barnette, Lenny claims:

4. Lenny believes Babe shot Zackery because:

5. Chick's continual focus on the shame their mother's suicide brought on the family suggests:

Short Essay Questions

1. In their discussion of the rules for "hearts," the girls remember that hearts are bad, which suggests what?

2. What does Babe's affair with Willy Jay suggest about her?

3. How does Meg feel about talking about the past?

4. What makes Babe finally understand the gravity of her situation?

5. What do Babe's thoughts about birthday wishes indicate about her?

6. Why does Lenny continually bring up the past?

7. What does Babe's attitude about jail reveal about her?

8. What possibilities does Barnette Lloyd present as Babe's attorney.

9. Describe Barnette's vendetta against Zackery.

10. Describe Babe's motivations for shooting Zackery.

(see the answer keys)

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