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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 does Myrtle tell Pat he is becoming involved in?
(a) Something that is politically dangerous.
(b) Something that likely is illegal.
(c) Something that is life changing.
(d) The greatest opportunity of his life.
2. What does Pat spend a few days wondering about?
(a) How to extricate himself from Doc's plans.
(b) How to find a better job.
(c) How to confess his feelings to Madeline.
(d) How to avoid Lila.
3. After questioning Pat, what does Doc determine?
(a) Pat has an excellent memory.
(b) Pat is very polite.
(c) Pat is a terrible liar.
(d) Pat has a vivid imagination.
4. Why, in spite of his past, is Doc in influential circles?
(a) People are forgiving.
(b) He has bribed people.
(c) He knows many secrets about important people.
(d) No one has found out about his past.
5. Where is the job Senator Burkman promises for Pat?
(a) Highway Commission.
(b) Parks and Recreation.
(c) Water Works.
(d) Waste Management.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Pat do to Lila in Chapter 15?
2. What does Madeline take from Doc's car?
3. Which of the following is not included with Pat's new job?
4. What did Doc steal from the school safe?
5. What job did Doc hold long ago?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Doc about to continue working in Capitol City after his shady past is revealed?
2. Describe Pat's new home.
3. Why was Pat tried as an adult instead of a juvenile when he was seventeen?
4. Why is there a tussle between Pat and the woman he was following?
5. Why did Doc steal money from the college?
6. What does Lila do to make Pat uncomfortable?
7. Why does Pat visit Bill Hardesty?
8. Is the parole officer good at his job? Use evidence from the story to support your opinion.
9. Why doesn't Madeline share her life story with Pat?
10. What does Pat notice about downtown Capitol City?
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