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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. What road did farms once line in the area where March grew up?
(a) Route 22.
(b) Devil's Curve.
(c) Main Street.
(d) Olive Tree Lane.
2. What type of flowers did March order from the Lucky Day Florist?
(a) Pink tulips.
(b) Yellow roses.
(c) White lilies.
(d) Orange chrysanthemums.
3. Gwen feels herself being watched in Chapter 7. Who does she find out is watching her?
4. Who usually pays Alan's expenses?
(a) The town council.
(b) A trust fund.
(c) The Judge.
(d) The library committee.
5. Who feels ill during the funeral service?
(c) The Judge.
(d) Louise Justice.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who finds Judith Dale dead in the chair by the fireplace?
2. Who calls Hank an idiot in Chapter 11?
3. What does March plan to plant at the gravesite later in the week?
4. Who insists Coop needs a pony although he is allergic?
5. Where did March once balance, "arms out, ready for anything"?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the cemetery where Judith is buried.
2. In Chapter 7, Gwen questions why she would want to go back to California. Why does she do this?
3. What decision does Alan make about Hollis after Henry Murray's death?
4. After the death of Henry Murray, what jobs does Hollis take and why?
5. Describe Bill Justice.
6. What subject have March and Susie been dancing around, but which they actually discuss in Chapter 10? Why have they been avoiding it? Who else knows about this secret with March and Susie knowing?
7. Why has March brought her daughter, Gwen, with her to bury Judith Dale and settle her estate?
8. Alan loans March money for a round trip ticket to California. What does she do while she's waiting to board the plane?
9. Describe the scene of the October farmer's market from Chapter 11.
10. What kind of information does Susie know as a reporter for the local newspaper?
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