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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Dr. Summer beg Hatter to eat lunch in her cell?
(a) He is afraid she is trying to starve herself.
(b) Neither of these.
(c) He is afraid she will not be brought food after he leaves.
(d) Both of these.
2. What does Dr. Summer learn when he returns to the Reformatory?
(a) Hatter is being transferred to the state hospital.
(b) Hatter is asking for Dr. Summer.
(c) Hatter's sentence at the Reformatory has been extended.
(d) Hatter is still refusing to cooperate or speak.
3. Who believes putting the girls in the "dog house" is an effective punishment?
(a) The guards.
(b) Dr. Summer.
(c) The head of the reformatory.
(d) Dr. Levering.
4. Why does Dr. Summer decide to leave for a few days?
(a) He is disturbed by the violence involved in his job.
(b) He has to care for a sick family member.
(c) He is recovering after Hatter attacks him.
(d) He is asked to leave for a few days by his boss.
5. Where is Hatter when Dr. Summer sees her?
(a) None of these.
(b) In the police chief's office.
(c) In the jail common room.
(d) In her cell, lying stiffly under her blanket.
6. Why does the psychiatrist say it is pointless for Dr. Summer to see Hatter?
(a) Because she has already injured him once.
(b) Because she refuses to speak to anyone.
(c) None of these.
(d) Because he does not know her.
7. Where is the State Reformatory for Girls located?
(b) El Paso.
(d) Santa Fe.
8. Why is it thought that putting the girls in the "dog house" is an effective punishment?
(a) Because it is painful.
(b) Because it makes them very upset.
(c) Because it is humiliating.
(d) Because it separates the girls from the rest of the group.
9. What does Dr. Summer do when Hatter refuses to eat her lunch?
(a) He asks Claude to force feed her.
(b) He tells her she does not have to eat.
(c) He tries to force feed her.
(d) He threatens to leave her in the cell alone.
10. From whose perspective is this story written?
(a) Dr. Summer.
(b) Hatter Fox.
(c) Hatter's mother.
(d) A narrator's point of view.
11. What does Dr. Summer say the state facility where Hatter is smells like?
(a) Neither of these.
(b) Old coffee.
(c) Both of these.
(d) Cleaning solutions.
12. Where does Hatter injure Dr. Summer?
(a) She jabs him in the hand with the pen.
(b) She stabs him in the back.
(c) She hits him in the head with the pipe.
(d) She sticks him in the leg with the syringe.
13. How does Hatter react to Dr. Summer when he offers her something to drink?
(a) She is completely unresponsive at first.
(b) She yells at him to leave her alone.
(c) She listens and speaks to him softly.
(d) She attacks him again.
14. Why does Hatter have an intravenous line?
(a) She has a wound that has become infected.
(b) She refuses to eat.
(c) She has been ill.
(d) She cannot be released to eat.
15. What does Dr. Summer bring with him when he returns to the Reformatory?
(a) Girlie magazines for Claude and his colleagues.
(b) A plastic comb, brush, and mirror set for Hatter.
(c) A carton of cigarettes for Mango.
(d) All of these.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is Dr. Summer when he calls the psychiatrist at the Reformatory?
2. Where does Dr. Summer meet Hatter?
3. What do the letters ask of Dr. Summer?
4. What leads Dr. Summer to believe that Hatter has been sexually assaulted while in solitary confinement?
5. What does Mango show Dr. Summer in his cottage?
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