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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. Which did Chick chose to be as a small child, a daddy's boy or a momma's boy?
(a) Momma's boy.
(c) Daddy's boy.
2. What did Posey and Len fight about most often when Chick was a child?
(c) Len's drinking.
3. Why does the narrator claim they chose to write the novel in another person's voice?
(a) To make it more romantic.
(b) To add to the mystery.
(c) To make it more believable.
(d) To make it more suspenseful.
4. What did the narrator stop to do on the way back to the airport in the Introduction?
(a) Buy an ice cream.
(b) Have lunch.
(c) Visit the beach.
(d) Get some coffee.
5. Who notices the narrator in the Introduction as the narrator watches the action going on?
(a) A kid building a sand castle.
(b) An old man mowing the grass.
(c) A kid pitching a ball.
(d) An old man visiting his wife's grave.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who supposedly attempted to kill himself/herself?
2. Why does Posey ask Chick to repeat himself when he tells her thank you for the meal?
3. How did Posey often spend holidays after the divorce?
4. What did Chick do about the peeping tom?
5. Why does Chick claim he did not check on the driver of the truck involved in his accident?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Chick return to his family home? What does he find there?
2. Why did Chick's parents feel the need to get married quickly?
3. Why did Posey refer to Chick as a Daddy's boy?
4. What does Chick say after breakfast that causes his mother to question him?
5. What was Posey's profession at the time of the divorce?
6. What impact does the setting have on Chick's family after the divorce?
7. What one thing does Chick recall always made his parents happy?
8. Who tells the narrator about Chick Benetto?
9. To whose wedding is Chick Benetto not invited?
10. Why is the word please carved into the side of tree?
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