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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 is the one thing that Keyes cannot understand?
(a) What did Walter know that would make Lola and Mr. Sanchetti shoot him
(b) What Lola ever saw in Walter
(c) Why Walter was in the park at that hour
(d) Why some people drink coffee black
2. Who does Walter want to be implicated in his plan?
(a) Mr. Sanchetti
3. What is Mr. Sanchetti's current situation?
(a) He has just finished his engineering degree
(b) He has just landed a great entry level job
(c) He has inherited money from his father
(d) He doesn't have his degree and needs money
4. What advice does Walter give Phyllis?
(a) How to invest the money
(b) What to do at trial
(c) How to raise Lola
(d) How to act innocent
5. What does Walter think will happen at Mazatlan?
(a) They will go snorkeling
(b) They will go sightseeing
(c) They will get married
(d) They will be arrested
Short Answer Questions
1. What action does Phyllis take next?
2. What does Keyes think about the beneficiary in an accident case like this one?
3. What does Walter realize when he sees Phyllis?
4. What country does Walter see from the deck?
5. What does Walter do with the information Lola shared with him?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is it that finally makes Walter admit to murdering Nirdlinger?
2. What happens on the night that Walter plans to kill Phyllis?
3. What suspicious information does Lola give to Walter?
4. What is Walter's main concern after he tells Keyes about killing Nirdlinger?
5. What is the symbolism of the moon at the end of the story?
6. How did Sachetti come to be at the site of Walter's shooting that night?
7. What information about Sachetti does Walter learn from Lola?
8. What are the details of Walter's plan to kill Phyllis?
9. What reinforces Lola's love for Sachetti?
10. How does Walter find out who Keyes thinks is Phyllis' accomplice?
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