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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 was Bill Binnion?
(a) Bruce's football coach.
(b) Bruce's godfather.
(c) Bruce's English professor.
(d) Bruce's first boss.
2. What complicates Bruce's post-college decision?
(a) Mr. Mason is killed in a car accident.
(b) Mrs. Mason is terminally ill.
(c) Nola is pregnant.
(d) Mr. Mulder offers shares in the business.
3. What does Bruce wonder as he stands in front of the house?
(a) The house is well maintained.
(b) He would like to buy the house.
(c) It's amazing the house is still there.
(d) If anyone is still awake.
4. What do Bruce and Nola do when the return to the prom?
(a) They organize an after prom party.
(b) They do not return to the prom.
(c) They dance every dance.
(d) They get some refreshments.
5. In what year did Bruce go to the prom?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Mature Bruce think of Nola now?
2. Bruce realizes the box was not packed by Aunt Margaret but had been returned to him from _______________.
3. Who had Bruce given the item in #110 to wear?
4. Why did Bruce leave at the end of the summer?
5. What does Bruce believe about Nola and the first time he made love to her?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Bruce feel that he is above Nola's family members?
2. What prompts Bruce to ask Nola to marry him?
3. What could account for Bruce's high opinion of himself as a young man?
4. How did Bruce separate himself from his own family in favor of the Mulders?
5. How does Bruce violate his instincts about bringing any friends into their home?
6. What was the only life Bruce had ever envisioned for his future?
7. What does Bruce recall about Nola's virginity the first time they were intimate?
8. Why did Bruce and Nola have few intimate moments together?
9. What does Bruce recall about his brother, Chet's, life?
10. What factors must Bruce weigh in making decisions for his future?
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