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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In what city does Dr. Summer work when he meets Hatter?
(a) Phoenix, AZ.
(b) Albuquerque, NM.
(c) Santa Fe, NM.
(d) El Paso, TX.
2. What causes Dr. Summer not to return to Santa Fe?
(a) Hatter gets into a fight.
(b) His car breaks down.
(c) An ice storm.
(d) Hatter attempts escape again.
3. What risks does Dr. Summer take when talking with Hatter?
(a) He asks to be alone with her.
(b) He undoes the straps that hold her to the bed.
(c) Both of these.
(d) Neither of these.
4. What does Dr. Summer request for Hatter after lunchtime?
(a) Both of these.
(b) A clean dress.
(c) Warm water.
(d) Neither of these.
5. What does Hatter refuse to wear?
(a) Her prison number.
(b) Her prison dress.
(c) Her glasses.
(d) Her shoes.
6. How old is Hatter Fox at the beginning of the story?
7. Why is it thought that putting the girls in the "dog house" is an effective punishment?
(a) Because it is painful.
(b) Because it separates the girls from the rest of the group.
(c) Because it makes them very upset.
(d) Because it is humiliating.
8. Why does Hatter have an intravenous line?
(a) She has been ill.
(b) She has a wound that has become infected.
(c) She refuses to eat.
(d) She cannot be released to eat.
9. What does Dr. Summer think he sees outside in the facility courtyard?
(a) A dead animal in a pen in the freezing rain.
(b) An animal locked in a pen in the freezing rain.
(c) Inmates being transferred from one building to another in the freezing rain without shoes.
(d) Inmates hanging laundry in the freezing rain.
10. What does Dr. Summer tell Hatter before leaving?
(a) None of these.
(b) Have someone call him if she wants to talk.
(c) He has given up on her.
(d) He does not understand how to help her.
11. Why does Dr. Summer travel to Albuquerque?
(a) To get Hatter and bring her back to the State Reformatory for Girls.
(b) To speak with the Police Chief who wrote him.
(c) In response to the letters from the State Reformatory for Girls.
(d) To pursue the charges filed against Hatter.
12. What does Dr. Summer receive when he gets back?
(a) Letters from Hatter's parents.
(b) Letters from the State Reformatory for Girls.
(c) Letters from the police chief.
(d) Letters from the local jail.
13. What does the head of the reformatory offer Dr. Summer to help in Hatter's treatment?
(a) He offers to move Hatter into an area with Dr. Summer.
(b) He offers to let Dr. Summer stay in a renovated cell area.
(c) He offers to pay for Dr. Summer's hotel.
(d) He offers to let Dr. Summer stay in a guesthouse at the facility.
14. What leads Dr. Summer to believe that Hatter has been sexually assaulted while in solitary confinement?
(a) All of these.
(b) Bruises in her groin area.
(c) Claude's leering statements.
(d) Lacerations on her breasts.
15. When does the psychiatrist say Dr. Summer can see Hatter?
(a) The following week.
(b) The next day.
(c) That afternoon.
(d) He says Dr. Summer cannot see Hatter.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who summons Mango to help Dr. Summer settle into his new cottage?
2. On what documents is the story based or built from?
3. From whose perspective is this story written?
4. Where is Dr. Summer when he calls the psychiatrist at the Reformatory?
5. What is Hatter directing the other young people in the room to do while Dr. Summer is there?
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