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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. Where is the angel at the beginning of Chapter 4?
(a) He is watching Richard from above.
(b) He has disappeared.
(c) He is walking behind Richard.
(d) He is by Richard's side.
2. Why will it be difficult for Richard to teach anything to Dickie?
(a) Dickie does not want to open up.
(b) Dickie is a know-it-all.
(c) Richard has poor communication skills.
(d) Dickie is dead.
3. What does Dickie do when he sees Richard in his thoughts?
(a) Shoots him.
(c) Slaps him.
4. Where has Dickie been kept inside Richard's mind?
(a) A wooden cell.
(b) A vault.
(c) A basement.
(d) A bubble.
5. What does Richard see from the air that the adult brain says it could not reasonably survive?
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 17, Richard tells a story about hanging out with friends who want to ___________________.
2. Who is Dick?
3. When Richard returns home in Chapter 11, he feels as if he is acting ____________________.
4. Which of the following is NOT part of the decoration in Dickie's room?
5. Who does Richard take on an airplane ride in Chapter 10?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the time that a woman came to Richard and started discussing his thoughts.
2. Who is Sheperd and how does Richard encounter him?
3. What is Richard's memory of the water tower?
4. What is the first real bonding experience between Richard and Dickie?
5. Describe Richard's first encounter with Dickie.
6. What is the premise of RUNNING FROM SAFETY: AN ADVENTURE OF THE SPIRIT?
7. What does Richard want to do for Dickie and why will this be a daunting task?
8. When Leslie prods him, what memories does Richard recall that might be the source of Dickie's anger?
9. Who is Dickie and what promise had Richard made to him long ago?
10. Describe Dickie's sense of accomplishment in the water tower incident.
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