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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 Tree want her mother to explain to her?
(a) Why she hadn't prevented the accident.
(b) Why Brother Rush had died.
(c) Why she never told her about the accident.
(d) Why Dab was so limited.
2. What movie does Tree think Dab looks like he might be in, when she visits him later?
(a) 'Amity Street Horror'.
(d) 'The Exorcist'.
3. What is Tree's nightmare?
(a) That M'Vy could not save her and Dab from falling.
(b) That she could not keep Dab from falling from a high wire.
(c) That she fell from a high wire.
(d) That the ground opened up beneath her and Dab.
4. Where does Tree ask Dab to take her?
(a) To the park.
(b) To the bathroom.
(c) Back home.
(d) To the car.
5. What does Silversmith learn about M'Vy as M'Vy tells stories to Tree?
(a) That Tree and Dab are her children.
(b) That she was married to Ken.
(c) That Ken is still alive.
(d) That she had brothers.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does M'Vy try to ease Tree's mind about?
2. What does Tree recognize as soon as she sees Silversmith and M'Vy together?
3. What is M'Vy worried the doctors will think when they see Dab?
4. What does M'Vy tell Tree?
5. What happens when Tree and Dab walk around while Brother Rush is sleeping?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Tree's nightmare?
2. What ails Brother Rush?
3. How is Silversmith described?
4. What is Tree and M'Vy's relationship like, at the end of the book?
5. How does the narrator describe the relationship between M'Vy and Dab?
6. What does Tree see when she takes off Brother Rush's gloves?
7. How is the relationship with Tree and Miss Pricherd different at the end of the book?
8. What makes Tree think of Dab when she is at home alone?
9. What happens when Miss Pricherd cleans Dab's room?
10. Why does Tree get upset when M'Vy says that it is time to go out?
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