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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 is in charge of investigating Helen's death?
(a) Sergeant Roy Cullen.
(b) Detective Cullen Jury.
(c) Detective Edward Cullen.
(d) Officer Bella Cullen.
2. What does Jury invite Helen to do shortly after they first meet?
(a) Join him on a police ride.
(b) Go out for dinner later in the week.
(c) Come shooting with him.
(d) Go out on his yacht with him.
3. Where does Jury walk Helen when he first meets her?
(a) To the nearest hospital.
(c) To a church.
(d) To a pub.
4. Who was Helen supposedly doing research on, according to Father Rourke?
(a) George Washington.
(b) Richard Jury.
(c) George Washington Carver.
(d) John Irving.
5. Who has painted the pointed that Jury finds in Helen's house?
(c) A local artist who does not seem very good.
(d) Helen herself.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Jury spend a day with his cousin after he meets Helen?
2. How does Helen treat her medical condition?
3. What kinds of kids attend Bonaventure School?
4. What does Jury think about Cyril?
5. What do Maureen and Jury drink during their first conversation together?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Racer interact with Cyril?
2. How does Melrose respond to Lady Agatha's comment that he is an "unconfirmed bachelor"?
3. What keen observation of Helen does Jury make when they first meet?
4. How does Jury respond to Cullen when Cullen asks him how long he has known Helen?
5. How does Cyril interact with Racer?
6. What does Addie tell Jury the first time they meet at Bonaventure School?
7. What does Cullen say in his phone call to Jury at the end of Chapter 9?
8. Why does Melrose think he was invited to travel with Vivian?
9. What happens when Jury walks into the church as the novel opens?
10. How does Vivian excuse the separation between her fiance and herself during the holiday season?
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