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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. Lenny is surprised to find:
(a) Chick has some resentment toward Meg.
(b) Chick has remembered her birthday.
(c) Others might disapprove of Meg.
(d) Meg might not be coming home.

2. Meg's remark, "We're getting so old," offends Lenny because:
(a) Doc does not see Meg as old.
(b) Lenny feels ugly compared to Meg.
(c) Meg says it right after she sees Lenny.
(d) Meg knows it is Lenny's birthday.

3. Chick appears to be mainly concerned about:
(a) Her own standing in the town.
(b) Her desire to be a member of the Ladies' League.
(c) Lenny's feelings.
(d) Babe's welfare.

4. Chick's physical appearance suggests:
(a) She does not care what others think of her.
(b) She is a refined Southern lady.
(c) She wants the attention of men.
(d) She is a woman concerned with appearances.

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

Short Answer Questions

1. Chick asks Meg about her singing career because:

2. Babe will not talk to Barnette Lloyd because:

3. Lenny believes Babe shot Zackery because:

4. During the argument Lenny reveals:

5. Granddaddy's attitude about Meg's singing career shows:

Short Essay Questions

1. Who is Billy Boy and what does he represent?

2. What does Babe's speech about her saxophone reveal about her character?

3. What kind of relationship did Babe have with Zackery?

4. Describe Lenny's phone call with Charlie.

5. Why does Babe seem surprise to hear the real story of Doc's injury and the town's opinion of Meg?

6. What impedes Lenny's growth or happiness?

7. How does Babe explain her mother's fear of dying alone?

8. What do the candy, cokes, and lemonade symbolize for the girls?

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

10. Lenny, Meg, and Babe continually revisit stories from their past. What does this suggest about them?

(see the answer keys)

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