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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. Whose autobiography does Mel White write?
(a) Jerry Falwell.
(b) Pat Robertson.
(c) Billy Graham.
(d) No one's.
2. What does Mel worry would happen in the locker room?
(a) He would be caught making out with another boy.
(b) He would get an erection.
(c) He would be caught staring at the other boys.
(d) He would be bullied.
3. Whom does Mel meet around the end of his senior year in high school?
(a) A gay college professor.
(b) A gay pastor who is in the closet.
(c) An openly gay Roman Catholic priest.
(d) Gordon H.
4. For what organization does Mel work?
(b) Portland Gay Rights.
(d) Portland Youth for Christ.
5. What does Though I Walk Through the Valley concern?
(a) The last year in the life of a dying man.
(b) The life of a well-known politician.
(c) The idea of grace through works.
(d) The life of a young Vietnamese boy.
Short Answer Questions
1. How old is Mel White when he hears a young seminarian preach at a church camp?
2. Where does Mel go after he and Lyla become engaged?
3. When do Mel and Lyla marry?
4. What is one book Mel writes soon after producing Though I Walk Through the Valley?
5. What year is it when Mel is in the church camp listening to the young seminarian preach?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does White worry about on his honeymoon, and how does he solve the problem?
2. Who is Jeffrey S. and what is his story?
3. What happens to Mel's younger brother Denny?
4. How does Mel and Lyla's relationship develop?
5. Whom does Mel consider himself a child of as far as religion is concerned?
6. Where does White begin meeting gay men, and who is the "Dr. Smith" that White meets this way?
7. What does Mel write about Johnny B.?
8. What happens to White's career in the 1970s?
9. Describe how Mel and Lyla met.
10. How does Mel describe himself as an adolescent?
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