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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. After arriving home from St. Brides, McCall makes arrangements to see whom but feels awkward around this person?
2. In Chapter 36, McCall gets a visit from an old friend by what name?
3. In Chapter 38, after a change in the newspaper McCall receives what?
(a) A pay cut.
(b) A demotion.
(c) A warning.
(d) A promotion.
4. According to McCall in Chapter 43, how old is the daughter he supposedly had from the woman who claims to have had his child?
5. When having lunch with a white person, McCall notes that he never orders what?
(d) Collard greens.
6. In Chapter 42, McCall works where?
(b) Washington D.C.
7. After thinking about robbing a convenience store in Chapter 24, McCall decides to do what?
(a) Get help.
(b) Drive away.
(c) Wait until dark.
(d) Rob the store.
8. In Chapter 33, what family member's funeral does McCall attend?
(a) His stepfather.
(b) His bilogical father.
(c) His mother.
(d) His grandmother.
9. McCall gives the keynote address at his ___ year high school reunion.
10. McCall picks what middle name for the child he is expecting in Chapter 32?
11. How much is the bail to free McCall from jail?
12. Which one of McCall's kids come to live with him in Chapter 43?
(c) His oldest daughter.
(d) His youngest daughter.
13. In 1988, who quits the Atlanta Journal-Constitution because of a disagreement with the "bigwigs?"
14. After St. Brides, McCall has a probation officer constantly telling him what?
(a) Get a job.
(b) Get your own place.
(c) He does not like him.
(d) Stay out of trouble.
15. In Chapter 39, McCall interviews for a job with what newspaper?
(a) The Washington Post.
(b) The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
(c) The Virginia Pilot-Ledger Star.
(d) The Portsmouth Courier.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 27, McCall has graduated from college and is looking for a job but he has two strikes against him, one being what?
2. In Part III of the book, this co-worker, whom McCall befriends, is of what faith?
3. In Chapter 33, what does the black civil rights leader accuse McCall of being?
4. Where does McCall visit his new daughter, as noted in Chapter 43?
5. Who pressures McCall to marry the young woman he is seeing who is having trouble at her job because of feelings of inferiority?
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