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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 do the police officers say they need to find out from Marv?
(a) How many prostitutes were murdered in the farmhouse.
(b) The location of Goldie's body.
(c) The people he talked to about Goldie.
(d) How many men he has killed over Goldie.
2. Why is Nancy happy to help Marv with Wendy?
(a) Marv beat up a man who had tried to assault her.
(b) Nancy and Wendy are best friends.
(c) Nancy owes her life to Marv.
(d) Nancy is in love with Marv.
3. What is one of the more striking features of the farm?
(a) The silo.
(b) The windmill.
(c) The deconstructed barn.
(d) The taxidermic animals on the lawn.
4. While searching for human remains, Marv finds a woman's shoe and a _____.
5. What does Marv ask Nancy to do with Wendy?
(a) Take her to his mother's home.
(b) Take her back to Old Town.
(c) Get her out of town.
(d) Beg her forgiveness for Marv knocking her out.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Wendy's relationship to Goldie?
2. Which of the following does Marv not take to his confrontation with Kevin?
3. What does Marv realize before being knocked out with the mallet?
4. In chapter eight, what realization does Marv have about Goldie's motivations for seducing him?
5. What was Sin City during the days of the Old West?
Short Essay Questions
1. What repercussions is Marv aware that he will face after he takes care of Roark?
2. What traps does Marv set for Kevin?
3. Describe Marv's encounter with the man in the glasses.
4. Who is Wendy?
5. What was Roark's relationship to Kevin?
6. Why did Kevin and Roark engage in cannibalism together and how did this involve Goldie?
7. What does the construction of the room in which Lucille and Marv are being held suggest about its intended purpose?
8. What happened to Lucille in Chapter 6?
9. Describe the room in which Marv awakens.
10. Why does Marv enjoy the rain so much?
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