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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 Frank seem to be most concerned about?
(a) His safety.
(b) His job.
(c) His wife.
(d) The bag.
2. What does Thomas refer to his feelings as?
(a) The TV.
(b) The Dream.
(c) The Night.
(d) The Bad Thing.
3. What does Frank find in his hands when he wakes up in the car?
(b) Black sand.
(c) More money.
4. What are Bobby and Julie discussing as the walk on the beach?
(a) Thomas's warnings.
(b) The Company.
(c) The Dream.
(d) Their next case.
5. Where does Bobby's dream take place?
(a) At the computer company.
(b) At Julie and his current home.
(c) In the house he and Julie will one day live inside.
(d) At the place where Thomas lives.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Candy pray to his mother?
2. What happens to the van Bobby is sitting inside?
3. What does Thomas (Julie's brother) have?
4. Why does Candy tell Violet he will hurt Frankie?
5. What indicates to Frank that he should leave his current location?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Frank find as he searches his own pockets and unzips the bag?
2. Describe both of Candy's sisters.
3. What is Candy doing when he leaves his house and what part is he doing to please his mother?
4. What does Thomas do after he is knocked down to the floor?
5. What do Bobby and Julie find out that Rasmussen is up to in Decodyne?
6. How does Bobby's dream about Julie change from the start where it is the ideal life in their new home?
7. After Bobby and Julie make love, what sudden feeling does Bobby get and how does he respond to this feeling?
8. What does Julie see when she drives toward Bobby and what does she do?
9. What insights does Julie have about her brother and what does she think will make him happy?
10. How does Frank try to rationalize his inability to sleep and then what does he eventually admit is the true reason for this inability?
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