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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. Avey recalls that Marion always looked at her parents as if _____________________.
(a) They had two heads.
(b) They were amazing.
(c) They were idiots.
(d) She were judging them.
2. Which of the following does Avey do as the ship sets sail to Carriacou?
(a) All of these.
(b) Breathes the salt air.
(c) Relaxes her mind.
(d) Closes her eyes.
3. Why did Avey's family go to Bear Mountain when she was a girl?
(a) Summer vacations.
(b) Religious celebrations.
(c) Company picnics.
(d) Family reunions.
4. Between whom is Avey seated on the boat?
(a) Two school boys.
(b) A young husband and wife.
(c) Two old women.
(d) Lebert and his wife.
5. Who is Lebert's daughter?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who are the first humans Avey sees today?
2. What medicine does Lebert think Avey desperately needs?
3. What does Lebert try to get Avey to remember?
4. What is the cause of Avey's husband's death?
5. What color is the dress Avey wears for the evening?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Avey mean when she says that her life is a tabula rasa?
2. What happens to Avey when she finally lets her true nature come to the forefront as she stands on the hotel room balcony?
3. Describe Avey's experience at the Beg Pardon.
4. What is the sermon that Avey recalls hearing as a little girl?
5. How does the present day Avey mirror what the little girl Avey was experiencing in the dream?
6. How does Avey compare this boat trip, and the old women sitting beside her, to her childhood days in church?
7. What is the topic the preacher engages in with the congregation causing such a stir that little Avey wants to be sick?
8. What does Avey reminisce about her father and family trips as she is waiting on the dock?
9. What does Avey feel her family exchanged for its affluence?
10. Describe the awakening Avey, who is subconsciously preparing to reclaim her life, experiences.
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