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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 significant about what is strewn about the street when Marv finally leaves his room in Chapter 5?
(a) There are bodies everywhere.
(b) Marv sees the evidence of a recent gun fight.
(c) Marv sees wanted posters with his picture.
(d) The streets are completely cleaned up.
2. What kind of car does the priest drive?
3. Where did Goldie pick up Marv before bringing him to the hotel?
(b) A saloon.
(c) A strip club.
(d) The church.
4. What does Marv believe about the woman who hit him with her car?
(a) He is hallucinating.
(b) It is Goldie.
(c) It is Goldie's sister.
(d) It is someone playing a cruel prank on him.
5. What happened when Claire tried to analyze Marv in therapy?
(a) Marv grew angry.
(b) She got too scared.
(c) Lucille grew jealous.
(d) The police nearly arrested Claire.
Short Answer Questions
1. For what reason did Marv hold himself responsible for failing to prevent Goldie's death?
2. How does Marv convince the priest to give him the name of the person who ordered Goldie's death?
3. How does Marv feel about Goldie during their night together?
4. What container does Marv carry on him in Chapter 2?
5. Why does Marv not believe the priest when told that Roark is involved in Goldie's murder?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Marv's deductions about the police officers in chapter two.
2. What does Marv discover when he wakes up in the hotel?
3. What information does Marv get from the priest in chapter five?
4. How does Marv get his medication?
5. What are the contrasts between Marv's feelings for Goldie that night and his past?
6. Why does Marv discuss jigsaw puzzles at the beginning of chapter four?
7. Describe the scene in the beginning of "The Hard Goodbye."
8. How do Marv and Lucille feel about each other?
9. What do the approaching police sirens indicate to Marv and why?
10. Who is Nancy?
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