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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 Janet give Paul to eat while he tells her the story of the night they took Coffey to the Moores?
(b) Bacon and eggs
(c) Eggs and toast
(d) Bread and jam
2. How long does it take Delacroix to die?
(a) 30 seconds
(b) 2 minutes
(c) 3 minutes
(d) 60 seconds
3. In Part 5, Chapter 5, what time does Percy turn in his written report?
(a) Quarter after ten
(d) Quarter to eleven
4. How long does Hal Moores believe it will take to get Percy transferred to Briar Ridge?
(a) 2 months
(b) 1 week
(c) A month
(d) 2 weeks
5. At Delacroix’s execution, who is the last witness to take a seat?
(a) Hal Moores
(b) Delacroix's mother
(c) Delacroix's aunt
(d) Curtis Anderson
Short Answer Questions
1. How many times does Percy shoot Wharton?
2. What time do visitors begin to arrive to witness Delacroix’s execution?
3. How long after Paul left Cold Mountain did Toot-Toot continue selling his snacks?
4. What book is Percy really reading in Part 5, Chapter 5?
5. How old was Wharton when he started getting into trouble?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did the law do about Wharton when a man said Wharton had bothered his nine-year-old daughter?
2. Why does Hal Moores call Paul the morning after Delacroix’s execution?
3. What constellation does Coffey see and how does he describe it when he is outside the prison?
4. What does Percy tell Delacroix just before his execution?
5. Where does Paul imagine that Bruce Dolan lives?
6. What do Paul and the others do with Percy when they take Coffey to the Moores?
7. When had Wharton been involved with an underage girl?
8. How does Hal Moores look when he meets Paul and the others at the front door of his home?
9. What does Percy say when he discovers that Mr. Jingles is still alive?
10. What do Paul and Coffey do with Mr. Jingles after Percy steps on it?
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