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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. Since the chemotherapy, what can Jewel not eat anymore?
2. What does Crys said that Lois calls Lusa?
(a) Fancy lady.
(b) Gold miner.
(c) Young tart.
3. In Chapter 24, Jewel is talking about dying. What is one thing that she will regret not seeing?
(a) Another spring.
(d) Lois with white hair.
4. What physical ailment has Garnett suffered from for years?
(c) Back pain.
(d) Leg cramps.
5. How does Garnett refer to Lusa?
(a) Petunia in the onion patch.
(b) City girl out of her league.
(c) Princess in a pigsty.
(d) A wonder in a field of thistles.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Eddie think Deanna needs to make her feel better?
2. What kind of surgery does Garnett's doctor want him to have?
3. In Chapter 29, what does Deanna feel she cannot bear another minute without?
4. What does Nannie not "take much stock in"?
5. According to Deanna, there is no such thing as what?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Hannie-Mavis tell Lusa is the real reason that Cole's family does not seem to embrace her?
2. In Chapter 27, what does Lusa find out about the father of Jewel's children?
3. How does Lusa respond to Little Rickie's invitation to have sex?
4. What does Garnett tell Nannie is the reason that he will not reach out to his son?
5. In Chapter 30, Lusa is finally beginning to feel like what?
6. What is the "decrease predator - increase prey" concept that Deanna tries to explain to Eddie in Chapter 19?
7. How does Garnett embarrass himself in Chapter 28?
8. In Chapter 17, what remark does Nannie make that causes Garnett to wonder if he may have been responsible for his wife's death?
9. In Chapter 25, what does Deanna remember as the closest thing to an explanation of the birds and the bees that she ever got?
10. What reasons does Lusa give Jewel for wanting to adopt her children?
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