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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. Where does Saghure track Peggy Bain to?
(a) A drug party.
(b) A bar.
(c) A zoo.
(d) A dollar store.
2. How does Albert Griffith feel about Betty Sue, even after marriage and fathering two kids?
(a) He wants to befriend her.
(b) He is desperately in love with her.
(c) He questions leaving her.
(d) He wishes never to see her again.
3. Who pays Sughrue's bill in the search for Trahearne?
(b) Betty Sue.
4. What sort of sculptures does Melinda make?
(a) Abstract and beautiful objects.
(b) They portray beautiful, fragile, traumatized women.
(c) Ugly and hideous memories from her past.
(d) They envision her dreams and hopes for her future.
5. Who was with Betty Sue the night she disappeared?
(c) Albert Griffith.
(d) Charles Gleeson.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Sughrue describe Albert Griffith?
2. According to Gleeson, why did he not have sex with Betty Sue?
3. When Sughrue arrives at the hotel room to seduce the nurse, Sughrue finds what?
4. What does Saghrue reveal about Trahearne's mother?
5. How does Sughrue evaluate his conversation with Gleeson?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Melinda's present life say about her now?
2. What is shown by Trahearne's ex-wife hiring a private investigator to follow him?
3. What is Jimmy Joe Flowers like?
4. What does the audience learn about Trahearne's mother?
5. Sughrue and the nurse connect quickly. What side of his personality does this event reveal?
6. How does Trahearne react to the porn Professor Richter shows him and Sughrue?
7. How does Peggy Blain's explanation of Betty Sue contribute to the development of Betty Sue's allure?
8. Is Edna's treatment of Sughrue out of character for her? Why?
9. Sughrue and Rosie concoct a story for the police. How does this story indirectly characterize them?
10. What does Charles Gleeson's relationship with Betty Sue symbolize?
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