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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 reason does Trahearne provide for wanting to travel with Sughrue?
(a) He has leads to help Sughrue.
(b) He wants to wander with Sughrue.
(c) He feels connected to Sughrue.
(d) He has never traveled before.
2. How does Rosie react to Saghrue and Trahearne showing up in her bar after they meet with Jimmy?
3. When Gleeson saw Betty Sue after her disappearance, what was different about her?
(a) An ugly scar in the middle of her belly.
(b) A fake arm.
(c) Her hairstyle.
(d) Tattoos up her back.
4. Who pays Sughrue's bill in the search for Trahearne?
(c) Betty Sue.
5. What activity do Rosie and Sughrue partake in to calm themselves after the police questioning?
(b) Making love.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Selma Hinds do to help Betty Sue?
2. According to Gleeson, why did he not have sex with Betty Sue?
3. What body part of Trahearne's end up shot in the bar fight?
4. What does Sughrue think about Betty Sue as the novel opens?
5. What is Abraham Trahearne's occupation?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Charles Gleeson's relationship with Betty Sue symbolize?
2. Sughrue is uncomfortable about Catherine and Trahearne's mother living together. Why?
3. How does Peggy Blain's explanation of Betty Sue contribute to the development of Betty Sue's allure?
4. How do Trahearne's novels parallel his personality and life?
5. How has Sughrue's self-described "mean streak" affected his life thus far?
6. What is shown by Trahearne's ex-wife hiring a private investigator to follow him?
7. What does Sughrue's drastic actions with Jackson say about his involvement in the case?
8. How do Selma Hinds' actions characterize her?
9. What is upsetting Sughrue about Betty Sue as the search continues? Why?
10. Are Sughrue's descriptions of Albert Griffith accurate? Why or why not?
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