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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 point is made about the spotter's gloves?
(a) The gloves are not the usual kind worn.
(b) His gloves are very expensive.
(c) They are ripped.
(d) He borrowed gloves from the lost and found.
2. How much can Lily lift in weights?
(a) 45 pounds.
(b) 110-120 pounds.
(c) 60 pounds.
(d) 90 pounds.
3. Why doesn't Lily Bard compete?
(a) She thought the competition was rigged.
(b) She did not want to stand up in front of people she did not know.
(c) She didn't like the other women involved.
(d) She is not prepared.
4. What is the name of the gym where the competition will take place?
(a) Gold's Gym.
(b) Body Time.
(c) Marvel Gym.
(d) Body Fitness.
5. What does Deedra want Lily to do for her concerning her car?
(a) Call a towing company.
(b) Lend her money to get it fixed.
(c) Drive it to the shop.
(d) Go with Jerrell and Deedra to the car wash.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Lily value in her life more than anything?
2. How much weight was on the bar when Del was killed?
3. Where does every Winthrop attend college?
4. Of what nationality is Marshall one-quarter?
5. How does Del describe himself?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the relationship between Claude and Lily?
2. What transpires between Jerrell and Deedra in Chapter Two, and how does Lily feel about it?
3. How and by whom is Del's body discovered?
4. What is Bobo's connection to the town of Shakespeare?
5. 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?
6. What does the reader learn about Shakespeare from Raphael Roundtree?
7. How does Del feel about this year's competition?
8. Who is Lily's new client? What is her occupation? What does Lily think of her on their first meeting?
9. As the novel opens, what is Del doing and where is he?
10. Describe The Fight in detail.
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