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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. Who calls out Frank's name in the crowd gathering around Paul?
(a) Ira Owenston
(b) Eric Owens
(c) Irv Ornstein
(d) Eric Mason
2. What is the doctor's recommendation for Paul?
(a) Surgery to repair his retina
(b) Keep his head elevated
(c) Ice packs to reduce the swelling
(d) A few stitches
3. What does Frank learn when he calls Ted Houlihan?
(a) The farmhouse has been sold
(b) He just wants to rent his house
(c) He's taking his house off the market
(d) He's listing the house with another realtor
4. What does Frank do after sending Paul down to breakfast?
(a) Sleeps in
(b) Makes phone calls
(c) Watches TV
(d) Checks e-mail
5. What does Frank urge Paul to keep?
(a) His books
(b) A good suit
(d) A journal
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Ann reply when Frank calls to tell her about Paul?
2. What does Frank think of Dr. Burris momentarily?
3. Frank muses about ____________ and wonders if it would have given Ann and him a different path.
4. What disappoints Frank about their inn?
5. How does Frank characterize Irv and himself?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Frank learn is the outcome of the possibility of the Markhams buying the Houlihan house?
2. How does the author indicate that Paul is disappointed often by Frank?
3. How is Paul injured at the Baseball Hall of Fame?
4. Explain Frank's frustrations with the Markhams.
5. How does Ann respond when Frank tells her Paul wants to come live with him?
6. What inappropriate phone call does Frank make from the hotel?
7. Describe the breakfast experience between Frank and Paul.
8. How does Frank escape the pain of Paul's accident--at least in his head?
9. How does Frank use the metaphor of independence when he talks to Paul about his own life?
10. What is Frank's conflicted position regarding getting back together with Ann?
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