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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. Where does Tom meet Sallie?
(a) At the library.
(b) At the student union.
(c) In his psychology class.
(d) At the phone booth bank.
2. What does Tom make Bernard wear to dinner?
(a) A straight jacket.
(b) A white lab coat.
(c) A chef's hat.
(d) A football uniform.
3. After Susan expresses her desire for Tom at the end of Chapter Fifteen, how does the evening end for these two characters?
(a) Susan warns Tom that their relationship is getting too intimate.
(b) Tom breaks down in tears from missing his wife.
(c) Tom leaves hastily with Susan on the terrace.
(d) Tom and Susan sleep together.
4. What does Luke name his boat?
(a) Miss Lila.
(b) Miss Savannah.
(c) Miss Melrose.
(d) Miss Ruby.
5. Which of the following characters attacks Lila Wingo?
(a) Randy Thompson.
(b) Floyd Merlin.
(c) Henry Wingo.
(d) Otis Miller.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Henry bring with him to the game?
2. What is the name of the albino porpoise in Colleton?
3. After learning the truth about Renata in Chapter Twenty, Tom challenges Susan for ______________.
4. What does Tom tell Lila he has decided to tell Dr. Lowenstein?
5. Who stays in Colleton with Luke?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is significant about the new black student's ability to beat Tom in a race?
2. What does Tom suspect about Amos' Good Friday walk?
3. Why is Lila bitter about Tom's decision?
4. Why does Henry help "The Amberjack"?
5. Why does Tom continue searching through Savannah's apartment?
6. What does Tom realize after reading the first page of Renata's book?
7. Why does Tom agree to help find Luke?
8. Why is Tom jealous of Savannah in Chapter 18?
9. Why is it ironic that Oscar Woodhead hoists Benji on his shoulders after Colleton beats North Charleston?
10. How does Tom ironically avenge Herbert's rude behavior?
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