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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. What religion did the Mulders practice?
2. What do Bruce and Nola do when the return to the prom?
(a) They get some refreshments.
(b) They organize an after prom party.
(c) They dance every dance.
(d) They do not return to the prom.
3. What did Bruce and Nola hear on the the night they were at the cabin?
(a) Listened to the crickets.
(b) Listened to the radio.
(c) Listened to the loons on the lake.
(d) Listened to Bailey and his girlfriend make love.
4. The author uses the literary technique of ______________ to show Nola's future relationship with Bailey.
5. Why was Chet's annulled marriage renewed?
(a) He went against his parents' wishes.
(b) Her parents insisted on it.
(c) They couldn't live without each other.
(d) His wife was pregnant.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the nature of the relationship between Bruce and the person in #105?
2. Who interrupts Bruce and Nola during the activity in #104?
3. Why was Bruce reluctant to leave his mother at home while he went to the prom?
4. What does Bruce wonder as he stands in front of the house?
5. Why do Bruce and Nola not make love during the weekend at the cabin?
Short Essay Questions
1. How have Bruce's perceptions of Nola changed over the years?
2. Other than leaving Nola, what complicated Bruce's decision regarding going to law school?
3. How did Nola avoid having sex with Bruce in the cabin that weekend?
4. What does the author reveal about the way Chet had died?
5. What had Bruce thought about Nola's family members?
6. What were the circumstances that prompted Bruce to go to law school?
7. How does Bruce violate his instincts about bringing any friends into their home?
8. What does Bruce recall about his brother, Chet's, life?
9. What does Bruce recall about spending time at the Mulders' home?
10. What conclusion does Bruce arrive at regarding Nola's need for a man?
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