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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. Where did Sean go after the shooting?
(b) San Francisco.
(d) New York City.
2. What was Sean's reaction when Eden refused to speak to him in the months before the shooting?
(a) Ignored her.
(b) Shrugged it off.
(d) Cried and then got angry.
3. What does Andrew plan to do with his childhood home?
(a) Live in it.
(b) Fix it up and sell it.
(c) Add on to it.
(d) Rent it out.
4. What does Edith serve Andrew when he visits the Close home the day after his mother's funeral?
(d) Iced Tea.
5. What animal tried to harm baby Eden when she was left outside in her carriage one afternoon?
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the baby in when she was left at the Closes' home?
2. What month was a baby left outside the Closes' home?
3. What position did Eden play in the baseball game described in Chapter 2?
4. How does Andrew describe Eden's hair when he sees her for the first time after his mother's funeral?
5. What is the name of Andrew's secretary?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did Jim and Edith care for Eden in different ways?
2. What does Andrew say when his secretary calls and asks when he will be back at work?
3. What is Edith's reaction when Andrew knocks on her door and wants to visit Eden?
4. What was Edith's reaction to the baby left at her house?
5. Describe Eden's physical appearance when Andrew sees her sitting at the top of the stairs in her house.
6. In what way was Andy confused by Eden's change in behavior on the first day of school when he was a senior?
7. What was Andy's opinion about stealing when Eden took jewelry from Woolworth's?
8. Describe Eden's physical appearance the summer she gave up being a tomboy.
9. What does Andrew remember about his father's actions the night Jim was killed?
10. How does Andrew remember protecting his mother the night Jim was killed?
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