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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. Who hatches a plan to rescue "The Amberjack's" cargo?
2. What does Lila ask Tom to do for her before Mrs. Newbury's death?
(a) Get rid of Henry's belongings.
(b) Protect Luke from hurting himself.
(c) Testify for her at the divorce hearings.
(d) Pack her clothes at Melrose Island.
3. Who is awarded all the belongings of the Wingo family?
4. What event causes Tom to cry while talking to Lila?
(a) Henry violently attacks Tom.
(b) Tom tries to convince her not to divorce Henry.
(c) Savannah tried to kill herself.
(d) Amos' death.
5. What is the name of the poem Savannah reads at Luke's funeral?
(a) The Aging Glory.
(b) The Southern Way.
(c) The Island of Wonder.
(d) The Prince of Tides.
Short Answer Questions
1. What ritual does Grandpa perform every Good Friday?
2. After learning the truth about Renata in Chapter Twenty, Tom challenges Susan for ______________.
3. In Chapter Twenty-Two, what does Luke say he plans to do with his life after graduation?
4. Tom wonders why Susan told him she thought her husband _________________.
5. How does Luke rescue his family from the attack?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Tom recognize as he has dinner with his mother?
2. Why does Tom agree to help find Luke?
3. What does Henry's visit to Tom in this chapter reveal about Henry's character?
4. Why does Susan insist that Savannah wants to become the persona called Renata?
5. How does Tom ironically avenge Herbert's rude behavior?
6. Why is Tom shy in the locker room at South Carolina University?
7. Why does Tom decide to tell Dr. Lowenstein about the fateful day on the island?
8. What plans do the Wingo children have after graduation?
9. Why does Tom get in a fight in Chapter 17?
10. What is different, according to Susan, about the way Bernard interacts with Tom and his father?
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