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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. How did the Gods receive their money for most original float?
2. Who gave Steve his first kiss?
3. When is the astronaut's wedding slated for?
4. On Saturdays what does Steve's dad like to do?
5. What did Dub do when Steve kissed her?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the float that the GOD club is entering in the homecoming parade.
2. Describe two members of the GOD club.
3. Describe the scene in San Diego, senior year when Steve is in Mr. Demouy's office and what Mr. Demouy has to say.
4. What is Steve's concern in regard to his father meeting Dub?
5. Who was Toby the Party at Wakefield and why was that his nickname?
6. Cap's is the place that Steve goes to after school. What is it and why is it good for Steve?
7. The day before the homecoming dance, what does Steve do to prepare?
8. What was Steve and Dub's first date?
9. After having written some of his essay for Mr DeMouy his senior year, Steve becomes very melancholy and does what in San Diego, Senior Year?
10. The GOD club's float of the hammer garnered much attention and won what award?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
It is Steve's drug use that begins the story and sends him on his journey of writing out the events that happened.
Part 1) What other major role do drugs have in the story?
Part 2) What role do the drugs seem to play? Explain.
Essay Topic 2
Steve realizes he doesn't want to be one of the stoners any longer while at the wake for Kurt Cobain.
What is significant about this realization? What does it mean for the main character? How would the story have been different without this realization?
Essay Topic 3
What is the significance of Steve's father having a small wedding? Why does the small wedding surprise Steve? Does this represent a change in his father's character? Explain.
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