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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 rules the death an accident?
(a) The police detectives
(b) The coroner
(c) The insurance investigators
(d) The F.B.I.
2. What does Lola vow to do?
(a) Reveal her suspicions about Phyllis to the police
(b) Kill Phyllis
(c) Get Mr. Sanchetti back
(d) Leave the city for good
3. What is Walter's plan?
(a) Tell the police that Mr. Sanchetti killed Mr. Nirdlinger
(b) Steal Mr. Sanchetti's car and send it over a cliff with Phyllis in it
(c) Take Lola and leave the country
(d) Tell Keyes that Mr. Sanchetti killed Mr. Nirdlinger
4. What does Keyes want Walter to give him which needs to be signed by a notary public?
(a) His will
(b) A full confession
(c) His Power of Attorney
(d) His auto title
5. Who else is in the hospital room?
Short Answer Questions
1. What country does Walter see from the deck?
2. Who had been Lola's mother's companion at the time of her death?
3. What did Mr. Sanchetti witness at Griffith Park?
4. Where does Phyllis call Walter from so they can talk privately?
5. Why had Mr. Sanchetti suspected Phyllis was up to something the night his car was stolen?
Short Essay Questions
1. What suspicious information does Lola give to Walter?
2. Why does Walter's secretary, Nettie, call him at home that morning?
3. How does Walter find out who Keyes thinks is Phyllis' accomplice?
4. What realization does Walter come to when he sees Phyllis on board?
5. What transpires when Keyes returns to Walter's hospital room later that night?
6. How does Lola react when Walter advises her about not testifying about Phyllis?
7. What does Keyes tell Walter to get him to start thinking about confessing to Nirdlinger's murder?
8. What is the symbolism of the moon at the end of the story?
9. How did Sachetti come to be at the site of Walter's shooting that night?
10. What reinforces Lola's love for Sachetti?
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