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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. In the Eskimo Indian legend that opens Chapter Ten, what animal disguises itself as a man to enchant the woman?
(a) A bear.
(b) A seal.
(c) A bird.
(d) A wolf.
2. Who tells Cassie that she is "dressed like a whore" on the night that Alex gets into a fight?
(b) Nick LaRue.
(c) A drunk at the bar.
(d) The waiter.
3. What does Alex recall building with his father?
(a) A car for the Pinewood Derby.
(b) A tree fort.
(c) A model of a jet fighter.
(d) A model of a Conestoga wagon.
4. Where was the last place that Cassie sees Connor alive?
(a) A graveyard.
(d) A junkyard.
5. What did Alex do with the object he and his father built together when it is finally completed?
(a) Gives it to his cousin.
(b) Smashes it.
(c) Burns it.
(d) Paints it.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Alex's public relations person arrange a photo opportunity for him in Chapter Eight?
2. What does Jane realize that her profession is?
3. What does Cassie realize the first time that she and Alex are intimate after their reunion?
4. Where did Cassie and Connor meet?
5. What is the actor's name that the woman with amnesia recognizes on a billboard?
Short Essay Questions
1. What indications about Jane's relationship with her husband, Alex, are revealed in Chapter Three?
2. Why are Herb and Alex surprised at Cassie's angry outburst?
3. Describe William Flying Horse's experience as a half-Sioux person.
4. How does Jane Doe react to waking up in a stranger's car?
5. How does Cassie feel towards Alex when he first takes her back to their Malibu apartment in Chapter Four?
6. Why is Cassie addicted to dime store romances and embarrassed by this?
7. Describe the relationship between Alex and Ophelia.
8. Who is Connor and why is he important to Cassie?
9. What role does Herb Silver play in Chapter Three?
10. How does Alex express his loving feeling for Cassie?
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