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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 Earley take the friends when they arrive in Part 3, Chapter 31?
(a) To Bourbon Street.
(b) To a jazz club.
(c) To a truck stop, for showers.
(d) To a fancy restaurant.
2. Who has fallen and has to be pulled back up the mountain in Part 3, Chapter 29?
3. Who is in Raleigh's hotel bed after he gets drunk with a singer?
4. What does the stalled bus carry that Raleigh and his friends find on their way to Atlanta?
(a) A dance troupe.
(b) A church group.
(c) An eldery tour group.
5. According to Earley in Part 3, Chapter 32, what is the importance of his old trumpet?
(a) He plans to play it in a jazz club.
(b) He wants to teach Raleigh to play it.
(c) It has money hidden in it.
(d) He plans to pawn it for cash.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Part 2, Chapter 22, who pretends to be a movie producer?
2. What accompanies the buried treasure?
3. How does Raleigh discover that Jubal and Victoria were once lovers?
4. What does Raleigh take from the rental cabin to add to his scavenger hunt?
5. What does Raleigh decide to do with the treasure?
Short Essay Questions
1. Discuss the "massage parlor" that Mingo visits in Myrtle Beach.
2. How has the adventurous scavenger hunt changed Raleigh?
3. Chapter 27 fills in details about Jubal's relationship with Victoria. What are those details?
4. How does Gates intervene in the dance troupe's situation?
5. Explain Mr. Calhoun's complaint against Gates.How must Gates make amends?
6. Where are the characters of this story and what happens when the lights go out in Charlotte?
7. How does Raleigh spend his time in Charlotte and what lead does he find?
8. Why is Gates' excuse for the estate owners whose private driveway he enters important to the men's adventure?
9. Discuss the jazz combo that is formed in Part 3, Chapter 33.
10. Discuss the difference between Raleigh and Gates.
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