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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. After meeting with the old woman in the mansion for the first time, Jory thinks that two _____ are more than enough.
(b) Elderly Neighbors.
2. While conversing with Cathy in the attic, what does Chris say "often leads to reality?"
(b) The subconscious.
(d) Wishful thinking.
3. What does Chris worry about adopting a child when Cathy reveals that she's already had the papers signed?
(a) Hiring a lawyer.
(b) The adoption agency investigating.
(c) Using their real names.
(d) Adopting a girl over a boy.
4. Who is Emma talking about in the chapter titled Shadows when she says, "Isn't she a living doll?"
5. What is the name of Cathy's injured ballet student?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jory think any girl he will ever love will have?
2. Where does the first interaction between Chris and Cathy happen?
3. In the chapter titled Shadows, Bart thinks pretending to be an _________ is tiring.
4. When remembering her wedding with Paul, what does Cathy say the minister had to urge Chris to do?
5. Which state does Jory's family visit every year?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why doesn't Bart want his grandmother to feed Apple while Bart is in Disneyland?
2. Describe Bart in the last three chapters.
3. How does Bart get within hearing distance of Corrine and Chris's conversation in the mansion without being discovered?
4. What does Chris help Cathy do when she learns she can never dance again?
5. How does Chris try to mend his relationship with Jory, after Jory discovers his secret?
6. What earthy pleasures does Malcolm describe doing in his journal?
7. According to the journal, why did Malcolm distrust women?
8. Why does Bart prefer Apple over Clover?
9. What does Corrine say she wants during her first confrontation with Chris?
10. What has Jory been told of his mother's past?
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