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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. What is Todd Picard's role at The Fight according to him?
(a) He calls for back-up.
(b) He watches afraid he wouldn't be identified as an off duty cop.
(c) He keeps the crowd back.
(d) He jumps in to stop it.
3. What extreme trick has Del done to help him in the competition?
(a) He has had light weight body suits made for him.
(b) He has dehydrated himself.
(c) He has removed every piece of body hair.
(d) He has eaten only baked potatoes.
4. What does Del think of Lily Bard as he prepares for the competition?
(a) She would win if she would compete.
(b) She is a coward.
(c) She is weird.
(d) She is pretty.
5. How long have Lily and Marshall been dating?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who jumps into The Fight with Lily?
2. Where does the spotter put the gloves after the deed is over?
3. What needs to be done to Deedra's car?
4. What kinds of clothes hang in Lily's closet?
5. What do Howell and the other man carry into his house while Lily is there cleaning?
Short Essay Questions
1. 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?
2. What transpires between Jerrell and Deedra in Chapter Two, and how does Lily feel about it?
3. What discoveries does the reader make about Lily in the opening of Chapter Two days after she had turned Claude down.
4. What does the reader learn about Shakespeare from Raphael Roundtree?
5. Describe The Fight in detail.
6. How does Bobo react when Lily comes to karate class on the night that Raphael has returned?
7. Who is the new woman in town? What is she doing there? How do others react to her at the gym?
8. What kind of a physical character is Del Packard?
9. What does Deedra ask Lily to do? Why does Lily refuse?
10. What point of view is the Prologue written in, and what information does this lend to the reader?
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