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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 does Father Tim notice about his appearance after his salon visit?
(a) His hair looks reddish.
(b) He has the best haircut he's ever had.
(c) His face is green.
(d) His mustache is gone.
2. Why is Father Tim disappointed with his congregation?
(a) They do not support the new school levy.
(b) They are not upset by the news of his retirement.
(c) They do not give generously on Sundays.
(d) They shun a new Negro family.
3. Who cuts Father Tim's hair at the salon?
4. What does Father Tim learn about Winnie's business?
(a) There is a buyer for it.
(b) She is expanding it.
(c) She is not moving.
(d) It burned last night.
5. What is Lace unable to find after Harley's party?
(a) Her car keys.
(b) Her coat.
(c) Her CDs.
(d) Her hat.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the friend of the girl in #30 who is very sick?
2. What does Father Tim's house smell like when he returns home?
3. Who is the director of Hope House?
4. What piece of furniture does Cynthia ask Father Tim to move for the party?
5. Who is the girl living with the woman in #29?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Mack Stroupe?
2. What accident befalls Father Tim when he goes to the beauty salon?
3. What medical condition does Pauline's cousin, Rhody, have and what assistance does Father Tim provide?
4. Who is Harley Welch and how does Father Tim try to help him?
5. What are Dooley's summer plans and what happens to thwart them?
6. Who is Pauline Barlowe and what help does Father Tim want to give her?
7. What foreshadowing does the author use regarding Winnie's dream of a dark-haired man?
8. How does the author use foreshadowing regarding Winnie's entry into a contest to wind a cruise?
9. What does Harley do in exchange for living in Father Tim's basement apartment?
10. What is the scope of Father Tim's life in Mitford?
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