1. How old is Mary at the opening of the memoir?
2. At the opening of the novel, in what room of the house was Mary lying when the doctor arrived?
(a) Her bedroom.
(b) The bathroom.
(c) The laundry room.
(d) Her parents' bedroom.
3. On what was Mary lying at the opening of the memoir?
(a) A pile of dirty sheets.
(b) Bloody linoleum flooring.
(c) A naked mattress.
(d) A goose-down pillow.
4. What is the name of Mary's older sister?
5. Where did Mary's father work when she was a child?
(a) At the elementary school.
(b) At the local newspaper.
(c) At the oil refinery.
(d) At the limestone quarry.
6. What condition was Mary's mother diagnosed with when Mary was a child?
(a) Sleep deprivation.
7. In whose arms did Mary's older sister pretend to sleep while the doctor was checking her out at the opening of the memoir?
(a) The neighbor's arms.
(b) The gardener's arms.
(c) The sheriff's arms.
(d) The postman's arms.
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