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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. Who was apprehended for trying to get Walter out of Mr. Sanchetti's car?
(c) Mr. Sanchetti
2. How did Mr. Sanchetti get to Griffith Park?
(a) He walked
(b) He rode a bike
(c) He rented a car
(d) He took a cab
3. How does Walter find out about his shooting?
(a) Keyes making a phone call
(b) Two nurses talking
(c) A newspaper account
(d) A doctor telling a nurse
4. What does Keyes tell Walter about Lola?
(a) She has killed Phyllis
(b) She has killed Mr. Sanchetti
(c) She thought Mr. Sanchetti shot Walter out of jealousy
(d) She has admitted to the murders of her father and mother
5. What does Walter do after resting in his stateroom for a day?
(a) Reads a book
(b) Relaxes in a deck chair
(c) Plays shuffleboard
(d) Takes mambo lessons
Short Answer Questions
1. How did Lola's mother die?
2. What has Lola's vow made Walter decide to do?
3. What does Keyes want Walter to give him which needs to be signed by a notary public?
4. Where is Lola living now?
5. Walter thinks Phyllis will be all right if ___________________________.
Short Essay Questions
1. What precipitates Walter's plan to kill Phyllis?
2. How does Walter's wish to marry Lola show his suspended state of reality?
3. Describe Lola's demeanor when she visits Walter at his office a week later.
4. Why does Walter's secretary, Nettie, call him at home that morning?
5. What is the symbolism of the moon at the end of the story?
6. What are the preliminary investigative results about the case?
7. What does Keyes tell Walter to get him to start thinking about confessing to Nirdlinger's murder?
8. What suspicious information does Lola give to Walter?
9. What do Walter and Phyllis do after they realize that their fate is sealed?
10. What surprising information does Walter get from reading the newspaper account of his accident?
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