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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. In Sarah's dream, what does she hear instead of Bendrix's voice?
(a) Richard Smythe's voice.
(b) A stranger's loud voice.
(c) Henry's voice.
(d) The voice of God.
2. When does this chapter take place?
3. Why is Sarah unable to see Bendrix when Henry has a cold?
(a) She must take care of him.
(b) She must be at home to answer the phone.
(c) Henry might become suspicious.
(d) She is concerned Henry will become sicker.
4. Who was responsible for writing the report Parkis gives to Bendrix?
(c) Parkis' son.
(d) Mr. Savage.
5. What does Bendrix agree to do to help Henry?
(a) Visit a lawyer.
(b) Talk with Sarah.
(c) Visit a private investigator.
(d) Follow Sarah.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Henry eat for lunch at the club while dining with Bendrix?
2. What code word do Sarah and Bendrix use during their affair to refer to love and sex?
3. What project is Henry working on the night Bendrix and Sarah begin their affair?
4. What does Sarah confess to Bendrix while they are eating sandwiches in her living room?
5. Who does Sarah notice for the first time while waiting on the Common for Bendrix?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Henry react when he finds Sarah and Bendrix in the living room after coming home late one evening?
2. What does Bendrix tell Father Crompton he hates?
3. What does Parkis say prevents private investigators from becoming famous?
4. What exchange do Parkis and Henry have after Sarah's death?
5. Describe Mr. Savage
6. What does the nurse say Sarah requested before she died? How does Henry react?
7. How does Richard Smythe react when Bendrix mentions Sarah's name?
8. Why doesn't Sarah rescue Bendrix when the door of his apartment building falls on him?
9. Why is Bendrix desperate for Parkis to leave once he has Sarah's diary?
10. What is unusual about Richard Smythe's appearance?
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