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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. Where does the baker go to have a time-off beer in the town?
(a) Phil's Cafe.
(b) Pete's Cafe.
(c) Joe's Tavern.
(d) Mildred's Tavern.
2. Who does the narrator find in the tree house when he returns after Catherine is taken away?
(a) No one.
(b) The Judge.
(d) The Sheriff.
3. Which character says, "At home, in the kitchen, there is a geranium that blooms over and over. Some plants, though, they bloom just once, if at all, and nothing more happens to them. They live, but they've had their life"?
4. What is the name of the bakery from which Riley brings rolls to the tree house?
(b) Lucky O.
(c) Talbo Corner.
5. Who is shot in the battle by the tree?
(b) The Judge.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who claims, "Responsible? No one is that; except ourselves" in Chapter 6?
2. At what time does the narrator say the rain slackens in Chapter 6?
3. Who is the schoolmaster at the town school?
4. What is the name of one of Sister Ida's daughters?
5. Who does Verena lean upon when approaching the tree in Chapter 6?
Short Essay Questions
1. What conversation do Collin and Dolly have once he has returned to the tree house in Chapter 4?
2. What does Sister Ida do after Riley is shot?
3. What does Riley respond to Sister Ida's asking for Dolly's location? What does he relate to the narrator about her?
4. How is Riley shot during the fight?
5. Who arrives at the tree house in Chapter 4 to explain the latest events? What does this character relate?
6. What internal conflict does Dolly face at the end of Chapter 5?
7. What unexpected characters does the narrator make note of who appear at the tree in Chapter 6?
8. What does Collin do in Chapter 4 that gives him a feeling of pride?
9. What do Riley and Collin do in the beginning of Chapter 4?
10. What does the barber relate to Riley in Chapter 5?
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