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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. Who is tied up at the end of Part 2, Chapter 26?
(c) Sunday School class members.
(d) Klan members.
2. How many people are with the stalled bus that Raleigh and his friends find on their way to Atlanta?
3. How old was Gates the last time Raleigh saw him?
4. Where does Weeper live, at the time of the revival?
(a) On an onion farm.
(b) In an abandoned bus.
(c) In the woods.
(d) In prison.
5. Who is Raleigh hoping to find when they leave the estate?
(c) His mother.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which couple does Part 3, Chapter 37 discuss and describe?
2. What musical instrument does Weeper play at the revival?
3. According to Earley in Part 3, Chapter 32, what is the importance of his old trumpet?
4. How old is Gates when his mother divorces Raleigh's father?
5. What instrument does Gates pretend to play when Raleigh and Mingo first arrive at the rental unit?
Short Essay Questions
1. How has Aura changed over the course of the novel?
2. What is ironic when Raleigh abandons his golf cart at the mountain?
3. Explain the prison escape that occurs as a result of the tent revival that Raleigh, Gates and Mingo visit.
4. What is the importance of Raleigh's scavenger hunt items as explained by his father in Part 3, Chapter 32?
5. Discuss the "massage parlor" that Mingo visits in Myrtle Beach.
6. What one certainty does Raleigh understand about religion and what personal experience helped build that belief?
7. What is the convenience associated with Raleigh's hunt for treasure? Why might his father have planned it this way?
8. As Raleigh tries to gather everyone to leave Charlotte, where is Gates and what is he doing?
9. Chapter 27 fills in details about Jubal's relationship with Victoria. What are those details?
10. Discuss the jazz combo that is formed in Part 3, Chapter 33.
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