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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. How do the operators at the McDick Corporation treat Sara at the end of the year?
(a) They try to be patient.
(b) They are too kind.
(c) They openly mock Sara.
(d) They immediately hang up on her.
2. After weeks on the diet pills, what makes Sara happy?
(a) She has a date to appear on television.
(b) Her red dress almost fits.
(c) Her stomach no longer hurts.
(d) She has a new outlook on life.
3. What plan do Harry and Tyrone develop concerning their drug habit after their business changes?
(a) To quit.
(b) To work for the police.
(c) To include more sellers.
(d) To transfer headquarters.
4. As Sara becomes sicker, how often does Sara call the McDick Corporation?
(a) Twice a week.
(b) Several times a day.
(c) Every day.
(d) On Sunday.
5. How do Tyrone and Harry get a car to take south?
(a) Gogit gives them one.
(b) They steal one.
(c) They take Sara's car.
(d) Marion gives them her parents' car.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where have Harry and Tyrone been while Marion is with Big Tim?
2. What do the phone operators do the first time Sara calls?
3. How does Dr. Reynolds treat Sara?
4. What does Harry do before he goes television shopping?
5. Where do Harry and Tyrone feed their habit at the end of the year?
Short Essay Questions
1. How has Sara finally realized her reality in the hospital?
2. What does Brody's death foreshadow?
3. What does the reader learn about Tyrone and his past that indirectly characterizes him?
4. How is the doctor who prescribed Sara's diet pills hurting her?
5. How does Harry feel about his mom after their visit in Chapter 3, Part 32?
6. What feeling comprises Sara's life in the hospital?
7. What do Marion and Harry hide from each other about their drug connections?
8. How does heroin influence Harry's reality as he television shops?
9. What happens at the McDick Corporation concerning Sara?
10. What is ironic about Harry's new state of addiction after his drug business collapses?
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