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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. Where is Maggie laying when Medicine Ed first sees her in Chapter 24?
(a) In her car seat.
(b) On the steps of her trailer.
(c) In the tack room.
(d) In Pelter's empty stall.
2. Where has Tommy gotten tangled up with money, according to the narrative in Chapter 37?
(a) New Jersey.
(b) Las Vegas.
(c) Los Angeles.
(d) New York.
3. Who is in the driver's seat of the car in Chapter 32?
4. What vehicle is sitting outside of Two-Tie's home when he returns from walking his dog in Chapter 32?
(a) Joe Dale's car.
(b) Roy's taxi.
(c) Maggie's car.
(d) Medicine Ed's Winnebago.
5. What is the "witch's number" that Maggie has gotten in the race in Chapter 37?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who has not come to see Two-Tie even though he is in town for the race in Chapter 32?
2. Who does Maggie sign Pelter over to in Chapter 40?
3. Which horse is found dead in his stall in Chapter 21?
4. Who called to say that Pelter must be given back to Maggie in Chapter 26?
5. What horse has Deucey decided to enter in the race in Chapter 36?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are Joe Dale's objectives in Chapter 29? Does he achieve those objectives?
2. How does Maggie feel about her circumstances in the beginning of Chapter 21? How do her feelings change in the chapter?
3. How is Two-Tie's perspective revealed in Chapter 28?
4. What is Medicine Ed's primary objective in the fourth race? What does he stand to gain?
5. What is revealed of Tommy’s circumstances in Chapter 37?
6. How does the theme of good and evil apply to Two-Tie's character in the novel?
7. How is Medicine Ed's concept of "home" examined in the novel?
8. How does the theme of luck apply to Maggie's situation in Chapter 27?
9. How is the puddle employed as symbolism in Chapter 39?
10. How does Maggie feel about her luck in "Results"?
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