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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 Willie learn that Danny Padgitt has been moved to?
(a) Minimum secrutiy prison
(b) Federal prison
(d) Work camp
2. What does Bubba say the Padgitts should stick to?
(a) Stealin' cars
(b) Bribbing law officials
(d) Murdering women
3. What has Callie's house become?
(b) A haven
(c) A reminder that the jurors are hunted
(d) A prison
4. What does Harry Rex tell Willie to do?
(a) Marry Harry Rex's sister
(b) Get out of Clayton
(c) Take the money
(d) Keep the paper
5. What does Willie learn the murder victims had in common?
(a) Voted for the death penalty for Padgitt
(b) Voted against the death penalty for Padgitt
(c) Were writting books about the trial
(d) Had taken money from the Padgitts
Short Answer Questions
1. What has Willie given up the idea of finding in Clayton?
2. What does Willie do once the house is finished?
3. Who speaks out against Danny's parole in Chapter 36?
4. What does Willie say makes it impossible for him to leave town?
5. What does Harry Rex demand his friends keep quiet?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the scene in Chapter 42 when Maxine Root receives the package from her sister.
2. What does Mrs. Callie say about Mr. Wainwright and his store in Chapter 34?
3. Describe the scene in Chapter 30 where the teenager are pulled over by the state trooper.
4. What does Willie learn about Hank Hooten and his mental condition in Chapter 43?
5. Describe the Danny Padgitt parole hearing in Chapter 36.
6. Describe the parole hearing that takes place in Chapter 33.
7. What do Lenny Fargarson and Willie talk about in Chapter 34?
8. Describe Callie's trip to Memphis with Willie in Chapter 41.
9. Describe the actions of the Padgitts in the beginning of Chapter 32.
10. Describe what happens after Callie's last heart attack in Chapter 44?
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