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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 did the boy often have to sit for hours?
(a) The couch.
(b) The kitchen table.
(c) The front porch.
(d) The basement stairs.
2. Who tries to stand up for the boy when his parents are arguing?
3. What did David discover when Big Larry and he returned home?
(a) That he was not allowed to be friends with Big Larry.
(b) That he was not allowed to have contact with his mother.
(c) That he was not allowed to ride his bike.
(d) That he was not allowed to talk to Lilian.
4. The person at the bar gives the boy these two items:
(a) A quarter and a soda.
(b) French bread and salami.
(c) A soda and a pizza.
(d) His name and address.
5. Who does David end up spilling his guts to about his abuse after Roerva's visit.
(d) Big Larry.
Short Answer Questions
1. How did David react when his visitor didn't show up to the Catanzes'?
2. David and the other children at Aunt Mary's house like to steal what items from the grocery store?
3. When David makes his telephone call, he is too scared to dial the numbers. Who dialed the number for him?
4. Where did David fear he would be returning to after his abuse trial?
5. What lie was told to the police officer by Father?
Short Essay Questions
1. In The Trial, what does Ms. Gold tell David on the way to his trial?
2. When David first arrived at Aunt Mary's, what was his response to the other foster children when they asked "what he was in for?"
3. In An Angel named Ms. Gold, how did David react when Aunt Mary grabbed his arm?
4. What is Ms. Gold's response in The Trial when David asks what will happen to his brothers?
5. In New Beginnings, David tells about some of the torment his mother put him through. What did David feel was an accident when he didn't finish the dishes fast enough?
6. Why was it important for David to form a bond with Ms. Gold?
7. In The Run Away Chapter, why does David thrive for the hours he is away from the house?
8. In the chapter entitled Adrift, what did David think when his visitor didn't show up at the appointed time?
9. In Chapter 1, David gives a description of his home life and calls himself his "Mother's prisoner." Give three examples of how David was his "Mother's prisoner."
10. What makes the note David wrote in The Trial significant?
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