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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 Helen make a big scene at the movie?
(a) She believes Lavinia is in danger
(b) She thinks the Lonely One is behind them
(c) She is still shaken and scared
(d) She has ice down her back
2. Where do Lavinia and Francine find the Lonely One's last victim?
(a) Drug store
(b) Movie house
(c) Ice house
3. In what month does Helen tell Bill she will be dead soon?
4. Which of the following characters dies in this section of the novel?
(b) Bill Forester
(c) Colonel Freeleigh
5. What do Tom, Grandfather and Douglas do which indicates the end of summer?
(a) Take down the porch swing
(b) Get out the shovel
(c) Put the rugs back in the house
(d) Put lawn mower away
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Mr. Jonas do business?
2. Which of the following activities doesn't grandfather send Douglas to do to take his mind off of the doom and gloom talk?
3. What does the French word secours mean?
4. What does Douglas help his grandfather store?
5. What does Bill confess to Helen?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Great-grandma tell Douglas that she will always be with him, even for a thousand years?
2. How can Douglas tell that Bill is devastated by Helen's death?
3. What are the different views on Helen's death and how it relates to happy endings by Douglas and Tom?
4. Why does Douglas believe that he must work with Tom to rescue the real Mme. Tarot?
5. How does Lavina feel on her lonely walk home after finding the dead body and going to the movies with her friend?
6. Why doesn't Douglas finish his entry about what he must do some day in his tablet?
7. How does Douglas come to recover from the fever?
8. Why does Douglas want to rescue Mme. Tarot from Mr. Black?
9. What powerful realization does Douglas come to during this section of the novel?
10. How did Bill end up falling in love with Helen even though there was a significant difference in their ages?
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