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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 picture does Bill consider to be the most important in a story?
(a) The employee of the month picture.
(b) The wedding picture.
(c) The graduation picture.
(d) The yearbook picture.
2. What street does Bill drive onto in the beginning of chapter 6?
(a) Swanson Circle.
(b) Jackson Drive.
(c) Luther Boulevard.
(d) Lincoln Avenue.
3. Gretchen is the name of who?
(a) Ed's dog.
(b) Ed's daughter.
(c) Ed's cat.
(d) Ed's fish.
4. Who is with Bill's father when he dies?
(a) His girlfriend.
(b) His wife.
(c) His brother.
(d) His dog.
5. Who is Diane?
(a) Bill's sister.
(b) Bill's Mother.
(c) Bill's girlfriend.
(d) Bill's Cousin.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many children total does Ronny Lawton's estranged wife have?
2. How does Ronny Lawton act when Bill confronts him about how he treated his mother?
3. With which of these companies does the town previously have a contract?
4. What type of home does Ronny Lawton's estranged wife live in?
5. Who does Bill call when he gets back from the bar in chapter 9?
Short Essay Questions
1. List four of Bill's "tools of the trade" he has on his desk.
2. How did Bill feel about finding the possible murder weapon in Ronny Lawton's estranged wife's yard? What does he do with it?
3. Describe one of the ways Bill's grandfather used to make money off of ice.
4. Why does the town collectively feel that Ronny Lawton killed his father for sure?
5. What are some of the questions Ronny is asked during his lie detector test?
6. Describe the final few hours of Bill's father's life.
7. What did Ronny Lawton do for his mother when his father refused to take her to the doctor?
8. Why is Bill always leaving messages on his girlfriend's machine?
9. How does Ronny Lawton feel about the Vietnam War and Charlie? Explain.
10. Describe how Bill reacted right after his fathers death.
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