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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 is Sarah in the hospital in Part 3: Chapter 1?
(a) Because one of her son's injured himself.
(b) To visit a friend.
(c) For acute alcoholism.
(d) For a suspicious mole.
2. Why does Emily claim that she uses this topic as a conversation piece in Part 3: Chapter 1?
(a) Because of her own guilt.
(b) Because of her own anxiety.
(c) Because of her own anger.
(d) Because of her own confusion.
3. How old is Emily in Chapter 2 of Part 3?
(a) Late 40s.
(b) Early 40s.
(c) Early 50s.
(d) Late 30s.
4. What does Sarah attempt to do at the end of Part 2: Chapter 4?
(a) Stay with Tony.
(b) Forgive Tony.
(c) Get help.
(d) Leave Tony.
5. What does Sarah ultimately decide to do at the end of Part 2: Chapter 4?
(a) Get help.
(b) Return to Tony.
(c) Move in with Emily.
(d) Leave Tony.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Emily use as a conversation piece at the beginning of Part 3: Chapter 1?
2. What do Emily and Sarah do at the beginning of Part 2: Chapter 4?
3. What does Howard Dunninger tell Emily about his situation?
4. What can Tony's mood be described as after Sarah's funeral?
5. Why does Emily back away from Howard Dunninger?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens with Emily and Howard's relationship at the end of Part 3: Chapter 2?
2. What does Tony do after Sarah's funeral?
3. What happens at Sarah's funeral and reception?
4. How does Emily compare herself to Peter?
5. What does it say about Emily that she is committed to Howard Dunninger?
6. What is Peter's reaction to Emily's outburst in the car on the way to his house?
7. Why does Sarah call Emily in Part 2: Chapter 3? What does Emily do as a result of this call?
8. What happens as a result of Emily's refusal to help Sarah when she considers leaving Tony?
9. What is happening career-wise for Emily in Part 3: Chapter 3?
10. Who is Michael Hogan?
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