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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 other memory does the author also narrate at the beginning of Chapter 2?
(a) A conversation he had with his mom.
(b) A near death experience.
(c) Going fishing.
(d) A frightening encounter with Jean's alcoholic brother.
2. How does Chapter 7 end?
(a) With a fight between Jean and Dagmar.
(b) With a fight between Tobey and the author.
(c) With the author running away.
(d) With a narration about a bike ride.
3. What did the author and the other boys accuse Ligget of being?
(b) A racist.
(d) A bigot.
4. How old was the author when his father died?
(a) 12 years old.
(b) 14 years old.
(c) 11 years old.
(d) 15 years old.
5. How does the author describe his time with his friend in Chapter 3?
(a) Silent solitude and joy at the core.
(b) It is a bond that will last a lifetime.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the author describe at the beginning of Chapter 2?
2. What is understood about the author and his perception of the people he introduces in Chapters 2 and 3?
3. What was the name of the author's friend that he narrates about in Chapter 3?
4. What does the author say Dagmar was wearing at his school's recital?
5. What are the contents of Chapters 4 and 5 examples of?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Tobey and the author do when the author went with Tobey's family?
2. Where did the author sleep in Chapter 4, and why?
3. Where did Dagmar and Donald go together?
4. Where did Dagmar and Jean work during the winter time in Chapter 4?
5. Where did the author go at the end of Chapter 7?
6. What happened to Tobey after the author went with him and his family?
7. Where does the author describe the place where he attended school, in Chapter 1?
8. What happened at the end of Chapter 1?
9. What does the author say interrupted his life, in the prologue?
10. What was the result of Ligget's trial?
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