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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. When Dave has his first visit with Annie after the shooting, she looks like what to him?
(a) A flower child.
(b) A young girl.
(c) A woman that would break his heart.
(d) An innocent.
2. In Chapter Eight, the two boys from Dave's platoon who died were from where?
(a) Conroe, Texas.
(b) Macon, Georgia.
(c) Birmingham, Alabama.
(d) Lafayette, Louisiana.
3. What does Annie cook on Dave's stove in Chapter Eight?
(b) Bass filets.
4. From what era are the homes in the Garden District described in Chapter Eight?
5. Who says, "I worry about stuff all the time I don't have control over"?
(b) Didi Gee.
(d) Nate Baxter.
Short Answer Questions
1. Didi Gee wants Philip Murphy out of the way because he is "screwing up some things" in what location?
2. As Chapter Eight ends, what color are the palm trees against the sky?
3. In what area of New Orleans does General Abshire live?
4. What drink does Dave miss from his childhood?
5. What is Cletus' reason for killing Bobby Joe Starkweather?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is in the Gulf, south of Morgan City?
2. Where is Didi Gee's office located, and what type of businesses are run from there?
3. Why is Didi Gee upset in Chapter Ten?
4. When Dave first begins tailing Cletus, he notices that Cletus is hung over and apparently has a real problem with alcohol. What does Dave predict for Cletus's day?
5. What was Dave's father's feelings about guns?
6. Andres is brought to Dave's houseboat in Chapter Nine by Didi Gee's men. Where has Dave seen Andres before?
7. Dave confronts Cletus one last time in Chapter Eleven. What does he tell Cletus he can do?
8. What is known about the contract killer?
9. What does the reader find out about General Abshire in Chapter Eight?
10. Describe the incident Dave's platoon had with the Water Buffalo in Vietnam.
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