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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. Who is Ted Figueroa's sister-in-law?
(a) Councilwoman Margolis.
(b) Councilwoman Grice.
(c) Councilwoman Coleman.
(d) Councilwoman Carney.
2. How much money did Kevin and Laurie pay for their home?
(b) $1.6 million.
(d) $2.1 million.
3. Where is the area code from on the cell phone Tom uses to call his father in Part Four?
(c) New York.
4. On what streets is the Falks' house?
(a) Clemency Avenue.
(b) Jackson Hole Street.
(c) Fayerweather Street.
(d) Gerard Boulevard.
5. What is the first name of Mrs. Falk?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Ouch's real name?
2. How many females are living in the Blue House at the GR headquarters in the beginning of "The Balzer Method"?
3. What type of cult members are Tom and Christine impersonating as they make their way across the country in Part Three?
4. What is the name of Karen's husband?
5. Where along their cross-country journey did Tom and Christine almost freeze to death during a blizzard?
Short Essay Questions
1. What discovery do Meg and Laurie make regarding their roommates in Part Four? How do they respond?
2. How does the narrative perspective shift in Part Three?
3. How has the relationship between Jill and Aimee changed in Part Four? Why has it changed?
4. Where are Tom and Christine staying during her pregnancy in Part Four? How is this setting described?
5. What does Jason Falzone symbolize for the Watchers?
6. What causes Kevin to break down crying during Valentine’s Day dinner? How does Nora respond?
7. How is Christmas morning described at the Garvey household in Part Three?
8. What is the significance of the chapter title “A Better-than-Average Girlfriend”?
9. How would you compare Kevin Garvey to the other main characters in the novel?
10. How is Christmas morning described at the GR headquarters in Part Three?
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