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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. For how long does Adelita say Tillie was sent away for in Book 3, Chapter 10: "Centavos"?
(a) 2 months.
(b) 6 weeks.
(c) 2 years.
(d) 8 months.

2. Whose funeral does Tillie say she wasn't allowed to attend in Book 2, Chapter 7: "This is the House That Horse Built"?
(a) Corrigan's.
(b) Jazzlyn's.
(c) Peter's.
(d) Sam's.

3. How many entries does Tillie describe on her rap sheet in Book 2, Chapter 7: "This is the House That Horse Built"?
(a) 12.
(b) 54.
(c) 29.
(d) 38.

4. Where did Jaslyn grow up after her mother's death?
(a) Montague, California.
(b) Poughkeepsie, New York.
(c) Newark, New Jersey.
(d) Cleveland, Ohio.

5. How old was Gloria when her father suffered a mild heart attack?
(a) 13.
(b) 9.
(c) 11.
(d) 16.

Short Answer Questions

1. How old was Gloria when she left her hometown and moved north?

2. Where did Gloria grow up?

3. Of the walker, the narrator says in Book 2, Chapter 8: "The Ringing Grooves of Change," "He thought of himself sometimes as a man who wanted to" what?

4. What is Adelita's profession?

5. What is the name of Solomon Soderberg's wife?

Short Essay Questions

1. What is revealed of the tightrope walker’s fate in Book 3, Chapter 11: “All Hail and Hallelujah”?

2. How would you describe the narrative style of Book 3, Chapter 10: “Centavos”?

3. How would you describe the narrative style of Book 2, Chapter 7: “This is the House That Horse Built”?

4. What is Tillie’s decision at the end of Book 2, Chapter 7: “This is the House That Horse Built”? What leads to this decision?

5. Who is the protagonist of Book 4, Chapter 12: “Roaring Seaward, And I Go”? How would you describe the narrative style of this chapter?

6. How is the protagonist’s family described in Book 4, Chapter 12: “Roaring Seaward, And I Go”?

7. What impact has Corrigan’s death had on Adelita’s perceptions of their relationship in Book 3, Chapter 10: “Centavos”?

8. Who is the protagonist of Book 3, Chapter 11: “All Hail and Hallelujah”? Where was this character first introduced?

9. Whose case is presented first in Book 3, Chapter 9: “Part of the Parts”?

10. What sights and sounds are described in the conclusion of Book 2, Chapter 8: “The Ringing Grooves of Change”?

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