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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. Who does Henry wake up with after the party?
(a) Myra.
(b) A naked woman.
(c) Van Hoss.
(d) A strange man.

2. When did Henry begin hitchhiking?
(a) 1955.
(b) 1971.
(c) 1944.
(d) 1963.

3. How does Henry recall he hurt Elaine's feelings?
(a) By embarrassing her in front of her parents
(b) By criticizing her figure.
(c) By insulting her intelligence.
(d) By insulting her cooking.

4. What kind of school does Henry Lightcap attend?
(a) Public school.
(b) One-room schoolhouse.
(c) Private school.
(d) Military school.

5. Where is Myra when Henry wakes up after the party?
(a) She left with her friend.
(b) She has moved out.
(c) She is asleep in the other room.
(d) She is still drinking.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Henry do when he wakes up, in Chapter 7?

2. Who does Henry find at Okie Joe's?

3. Why did Will join the military?

4. How long does Henry ask Myra to suspend judgment for?

5. Where are Henry and Myra arriving, in the scene Henry remembers, in Chapter 10?

Short Essay Questions

1. Describe Henry's dinner with Van Hoss.

2. What is Henry's plan when he sets out on his trip?

3. Describe Henry's relationship with his brother Will.

4. What is Henry's relationship with the landscape?

5. Who is Red Ginter and what role does he play in Henry Lightcap's childhood?

6. When and why does Henry begin hitchhiking?

7. Describe Henry's house in El Culito.

8. How does Henry fall in love with the West?

9. What causes Henry Lightcap to think of Red Ginter?

10. Describe Will's decision to fight in WWII and its effect on the family.

(see the answer keys)

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