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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. Why does Brenda tell Rossi that she can't go with him?
(a) He is married.
(b) It is getting dark.
(c) She doesn't like him.
(d) Freda might see them.
2. What has Freda prepared to take on the outing?
(a) Wine and cheese.
(b) A basket of sandwiches.
(c) Two chickens.
(d) A ham.
3. Why does Patrick hit Rossi?
(a) He is touching Brenda inappropriately.
(b) He let the air out of his car tires.
(c) He broke his windshield with a tire iron.
(d) He stole some money from his jacket.
4. What does Rossi want Vittorio to do?
(a) Go into town for cigarettes.
(b) Drive the women back into the city.
(c) Take Freda into the woods and have sex.
(d) Loan him some money.
5. What color is the gown that covers Freda's body?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is very critical in Rossi's car?
2. What do the men do when they see Vittorio and Patrick carry Freda out of the bushes?
3. How does Patrick say his eye was cut?
4. What do the men seem to be shy about?
5. Who refuses to take a ride on one of the Queen's horses?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Rossi's day at the castle colored with a tinge of resentment toward Mr. Paganotti?
2. How does the author use foreshadowing when Brenda tells the neighbor that Freda has taken a trip to Spain?
3. How has the author brought the book full circle from how it began?
4. Who are the uniformed men in the park and what is their job?
5. What is the significance of the uniformed men and their horses?
6. What does Patrick explain to Brenda regarding his culpability for Freda's murder?
7. Describe Freda's experience as she walks into the woods.
8. What is the significance of the group's not telling Mr. Paganotti about Freda's death?
9. What does the group do with Freda's body and what are Brenda's continuing thoughts about her dead friend?
10. What is the nature of the argument between Rossi and Vittorio?
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