1. Who does Ellen consider killing?
(a) Her friend.
(b) Her father.
(c) Her mother.
2. What method does Ellen consider using to kill someone?
(a) A knife.
(b) A bottle of pills.
(c) A pillow.
(d) A poisonous spider.
3. Who is the main character in the story?
4. How does Ellen's father die?
(d) Natural Causes.
5. Who visits Ellen at school after she is a ward of the state?
(a) Her mother.
(b) No one.
(c) A psychiatrist.
(d) Her father.
6. One day Ellen is given an inkblot test. What does Ellen call the inkblots?
7. What type of sickness does Ellen say weakens her mother's heart?
8. Why does Ellen feel that her mother is better off in the hospital than at home?
(a) At the hospital her husband visits her.
(b) At the hospital she is cared for.
(c) At the hospital she can hide.
(d) At the hospital her family loves her.
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