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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. What is happening when Gary awakens?
(a) Theresa takes her last breath.
(b) George is beating him.
(c) Theresa tries to smother him.
(d) He is in the middle of an orgasm.
2. How does Theresa's new class schedule affect her usual lunch dates?
(a) It gives her two days off.
(b) It gives her three days off.
(c) It ends the lunch dates.
(d) It gives her longer lunches.
3. What does the professor talk Theresa into trying?
4. What does Gary do when he hears the doorbell while in Theresa's apartment?
(a) Hides in the closet.
(b) Jumps out the window.
(c) Stabs Theresa just to make sure she's dead.
(d) Pretends he is Theresa and says he's fine.
5. What was the cause of Theresa's childhood physical ailment?
(c) A car wreck.
(d) A rare dermatological disorder.
Short Answer Questions
1. What seems to cause a rift between the suspect and his roommate?
2. Why does the suspect leave his home and head to New York?
3. Who is Theresa's college English professor?
4. How old is the suspect's wife in "About the Confession?"
5. What does Gary tell Theresa that seems to attract her?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where is Gary when he confesses and what is his mindset regarding his murder of Theresa?
2. Discuss what Gary tells police about why he first notices Theresa in the bar.
3. What helps Theresa out of her post-college graduation depression and why?
4. Discuss the changes in Martin after summer break.
5. What is Martin's wife's occupation and what disgusts Theresa about it?
6. Discuss Gary's attraction to Theresa and why he was excited to be invited back to her apartment.
7. Discuss Theresa's childhood physical pain and how it came to be.
8. Discuss Gary's actions when Theresa doesn't stop screaming.
9. Discuss Gary's family life.
10. What, other than a ride, does Gary pick up while hitchhiking. Why is it important?
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