|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 21 and 22 (Pages 131 - 143).
Multiple Choice Questions
1. For what reason does the narrator believes that Mr. Bernstein and the school will not act in Lisa Shilling's best interests?
(a) Because they believe Betsy Goodman is telling lies.
(b) Because they are afraid of Lisa's parents' social influence.
(c) Because they enjoy watching students suffer.
(d) Because they don't believe Lisa has a problem.
2. After the Shillings finally obtain professional psychiatric help for their daughter Lisa, how does Mrs. Shilling respond?
(a) She volunteers at the local mental asylum.
(b) She divorces her husband and moves in with Rev. Fickett.
(c) She hides inside her house all the time.
(d) She leaves her family and moves to California.
3. According to the narrator, who is "the gasp!!!!" (p. 23) of the school?
(a) Ben Goodman.
(b) Tracy Shilling.
(c) Brian Morris.
(d) Jeremy Bernstein.
4. After Lisa Shilling's self-mutilation episode at school, Jeremy Bernstein diagnoses Lisa's condition as...
5. Lisa Shilling sometimes speaks with what kind of an affected accent?
Short Answer Questions
1. After Lisa Shilling's first public outburst of irrational behavior amidst a group of friends occurred, Mary Nell Fickett apologized by saying...
2. Which character is described by the narrator as a "quiet, distinguished-looking man about sixty who has real style...[he] can talk with you and make you feel instantly at home" (p. 30)?
3. Lisa Shilling says a specific thing in the movie Raintree Country makes her "'a little nervous'" (p. 70). What is that thing?
4. Why did Lisa Shilling and Betsy Goodman look to Elizabeth Frazer for answers to Lisa's problems?
5. Which major character says "'You're right about Lisa. You can't even begin to imagine how sick she is. But if you're going to sign up here, you have to expect a lot of rough play'" (p. 58)?
This section contains 397 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)