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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. What is the kind of acid Nicole drops that causes her to scream and yell and run through the streets of Provo?
2. Why can't Nicole take her car to go see Gary at the prison?
(a) She hurt her foot
(b) It is broken
(c) She lost her license
(d) It was stolen
3. How long does Gary's court process take, including the day for jury selection?
(a) Four days
(b) Three days
(c) One week
(d) Two months
4. What does Gary assume Nicole will do once he is dead?
(a) Stay single forever
(b) Forget about him
(c) Commit suicide
(d) Run away with another man
5. Who is the man who molested Nicole when she was around 6 years of age?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the profession of Grace McGinnis?
2. In the fight between Gary and Peter, who is the eventual winner?
3. What does Gary rob second in order to get money he needs for his truck payment?
4. Who does Grace go with when she is able to visit with Gary in prison?
5. Who does Nicole decide to leave with when she is seven months pregnant and homeless?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the character of Peter Galovan, a character who emerges in Book 1, Part 3.
2. What happens when Gary and Nicole try to consummate their new relationship?
3. What does Gary do that shows he is an exceptionally strong man?
4. What does Cline Campbell have to say about Gary's decision to let the state kill him?
5. Who will Gary live with after he gets out of prison?
6. Describe Nicole when she meets Gary as the age of twenty.
7. What do people have to say about Gary's talents as an artist?
8. What are the mental health conclusions that Esplin and Snyder learn in their trips to Utah State Hospital?
9. What is Peter's reason for living, as described in the book, even though he can't handle much stress?
10. Why do Nicole's other lovers become a bit unnerved by her and by her situation?
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