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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 the shooter begin shooting after the attack in the courtroom?
(a) Lucien's law office windows
(b) The other jurors
(c) Various buildings
(d) Padgitt's car
2. What is Callie Ruffin doing when Willie arrives at her house?
(a) Shelling butter beans
(b) Canning tomatoes
(d) Frying squash
3. What does Willie do once the house is finished?
(a) Buys all new furniture
(b) Throws a party
(c) Starts a bed and breakfast
(d) Writes a story about it in the paper
4. What happened to Callie when the shooting began?
(a) Was hit by shrapnel
(b) Had a heart attack
(d) Had a stroke
5. What does Sheriff McNaught ask Willie for?
(a) A list of jurors
(b) His story about Lenny's accident
(c) Harry Rex's number
(d) A ride back into town
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Willie wake up to help him go through law books?
2. Who doesn't come to the hospital?
3. What does Willie insist that Callie's family do while in town?
4. What happens to Callie in Chapter 44?
5. What does the mayor ban?
Short Essay Questions
1. What had Willie envisioned happening after he sold the paper and began traveling as it is described in Chapter 44?
2. Give the details of Mo Teale's murder in Chapter 38.
3. Describe Callie's trip to Memphis with Willie in Chapter 41.
4. Describe the parole hearing that takes place in Chapter 33.
5. Describe the actions of the Padgitts in the beginning of Chapter 32.
6. What does Sheriff McNaught say to Maxine Root in the end of Chapter 39?
7. Describe the reaction when Willie learns that Danny Padgitt's parole hearing is to be held the next day in Chapter 33.
8. What happens at Mr. Youry's house in Chapter 40?
9. Describe the scene in Chapter 42 when Maxine Root receives the package from her sister.
10. Describe the Danny Padgitt parole hearing in Chapter 36.
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