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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 did Chick do about the peeping tom?
(a) Called the police on them.
(b) Beat them up.
(c) Told them to stop.
(d) Told his mother.
2. Which did Chick chose to be as a small child, a daddy's boy or a momma's boy?
(a) Momma's boy.
(d) Daddy's boy.
3. How did Roberta hide the carvings she and Chick made in their mother's kitchen table when their mother returned from work?
(a) A gallon of ice cream.
(b) A gallon of milk.
(c) A gallon of koolaide.
(d) A gallon of apple juice.
4. What family event was Chick Benetto not invited to?
(a) His daughter's wedding.
(b) His sister's wedding.
(c) His father's funeral.
(d) His mother's funeral.
5. How did Len Benetto propose to Posey?
(a) At the same place where they met.
(b) In a note scribbled in class.
(c) In a letter from Italy.
(d) At their favorite Italian restaurant.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many visits does Posey tell Chick she must make that day?
2. What does Posey say when Chick tells her she died?
3. What does the narrator claim to have spent part of her career doing?
4. Where does Chick go after he wakes from his fall from the water tower?
5. When did Posey stop listening to her favorite song?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was Posey's profession at the time of the divorce?
2. What offends Chick when a man calls his mother a divorcee?
3. What impact does the setting have on Chick's family after the divorce?
4. Who tells the narrator about Chick Benetto?
5. What question does the narrator pose at the end of the Introduction?
6. Why does the narrator say the story belongs to Chick Benetto?
7. To whose wedding is Chick Benetto not invited?
8. What causes Chick's mother to stop playing her favorite record?
9. Why did Chick have a problem with how his mother would leave him at school?
10. When did Chick say he felt he became a Mommy's boy?
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