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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. How does Amos get his license back?
(a) He helps the sheriff out of trouble.
(b) He water skis 40 miles to the Colleton dock.
(c) He pays a fine.
(d) He does community service.
2. What does Tom confront his father about?
(a) Luke's insanity.
(b) Amos' fanaticism.
(c) His cruelty.
(d) His gentleness.
3. Who does Susan finally admit Renata to be?
(a) A patient of Dr. Lowenstein's who tried to kill Savannah.
(b) An alter ego who helped Savannah see through one of her psychotic episodes.
(c) A ghost writer Savannah used to write her childhood story.
(d) A neighbor who helped Savannah write the story of her childhood.
4. Who does Luke kill?
(b) Four FBI agents.
(c) Four railroad employees.
(d) Two green berets.
5. Tom is ashamed that he will be the only boy at the dance dressed in __________.
(c) Dress pants.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Tom meet Sallie?
2. Which character challenges Tom to a fight after school?
3. How does Luke rescue his family from the attack?
4. Why does Lila invite Tom to dinner?
5. Why does Tom call Sallie?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is different, according to Susan, about the way Bernard interacts with Tom and his father?
2. Why is Tom shy in the locker room at South Carolina University?
3. What does Henry's visit to Tom in this chapter reveal about Henry's character?
4. Why is it ironic that Oscar Woodhead hoists Benji on his shoulders after Colleton beats North Charleston?
5. What are the ramifications of the divorce proceedings?
6. Why is Tom jealous of Savannah in Chapter 18?
7. How does Tom ironically avenge Herbert's rude behavior?
8. What is significant about the new black student's ability to beat Tom in a race?
9. What might the appearance of Snow symbolize?
10. Why does Tom find the map on Reese Newbury's wall disconcerting?
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