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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 Lily value in her life more than anything?
2. How long have Lily and Marshall been dating?
3. What does Marshall need Lily to do on the first day that the reader meets her?
(a) Clean his apartment.
(b) Open the gym.
(c) Go to the police station.
(d) Make him a meal.
4. After hitting his car, what does Hodding do to make Darnell hit him?
(a) He tries to leave the scene of the accident.
(b) He makes fun of hitting the car.
(c) He pushes Darnell's girlfriend.
(d) He jibes about Darnell's mother.
5. How did Lily make the final determination that Del was dead?
(a) She called the EMTs.
(b) She pounded on his chest.
(c) She put her watch under his nose.
(d) She took his pulse.
Short Answer Questions
1. What feature does the man who came home with Howell have that Lily keeps mentioning?
2. What method is used to kill Len Elgin?
3. How much weight was on the bar when Del was killed?
4. Where do Howell and the other man go in the house while Lily is cleaning?
5. What extreme trick has Del done to help him in the competition?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Del feel about this year's competition?
2. What are Lily's thoughts concerning the death of Del from the moment she finds him? How do her thoughts change as the chapter progresses?
3. Who is the man that Deedra is having an affair with, and what does Lily think that he is thinking?
4. What does Deedra ask Lily to do? Why does Lily refuse?
5. What does the reader learn about Shakespeare from Raphael Roundtree?
6. What is the spotter's thought process before leaving the gym after killing Del?
7. What is the relationship between Claude and Lily?
8. Describe The Fight in detail.
9. Where do Claude and Lily go after her karate class, and what does Claude tell Lily?
10. As the novel opens, what is Del doing and where is he?
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