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Staying Fat for Sarah Byrnes Test | Mid-Book Test - Hard

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Mid-Book Test - Hard

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This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. When Jody asks Moby to meet her after he finishes swim practice, where do they agree to meet?



2. What is the name of the counselor that introduces herself to the narrator?



3. What is the name of the narrator's English teacher?



4. About how many hours per day does the narrator practice his sport?



5. According to Sarah Byrnes, why did she come to the mental hospital faking her break?



Short Essay Questions

1. Why does Ms. Lemry say she'll sign Mark's drop card, but refuse to sign Jody's drop card?



2. When Moby returns to his desk after Jody and Mark decide to remain in the CAT class, Moby finds a note waiting for him. Who is the note from and what does it say?



3. What does the tattoo on Dale Thornton's forearm say?



4. How does Moby describe his high school principal?



5. When Jody asked Mark about the church's stand on abortion before she had hers, how did Mark answer her?



6. As Moby retreats to his bedroom to do some thinking about Sarah Byrnes and Jody Mueller, why does Moby admit that he's scared to death to start anything up with Jody?



7. What does the surprise visitor to Moby's hospital room ask Moby to do?



8. Why is Sarah Byrnes trying to find her mother?



9. According to his mother, what attribute does the narrator possess that his father did not?



10. When Moby goes looking for someone to talk to about the possibility of dating Jody Mueller, why does the person he finds consider folding towels to be therapy?



Essay Topics

There is no doubt that Ellerby is greatly affected by the events the death of his brother. Discuss how his brother's death and the events thereafter affect not only Ellerby's worldview, but also religious views and his relationships with the people around him. How do Ellerby's experiences affect his mental state, his ability to be objective with his community and his willingness to help Moby and Sarah Byrnes?

Throughout the story, there are several situations where Moby's life is in danger.

a. Identify at least three instances where Moby's life is in danger. Describe the situation and how Moby escapes.

b. Compare and contrast the dangerous situations in which others are attempting to harm Moby. What is the motivation in each of these situations to harm Moby?

Throughout the novel, Moby is involved with two very different girls. Compare and contrast the relationship Moby has with Sarah Byrnes and the relationship Moby has with Jody Mueller. Then, compare and contrast these two women. How do these relationships influence not only Moby, but also the other people that are in his life?

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