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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 is the subject of a painting hanging in the Fetters' home?
(b) Covered bridge.
(d) Still life.
2. What did Parsifal say had happened to his family?
(a) They were leeches to be avoided.
(b) They moved to Europe.
(c) They drowned in a boating accident.
(d) They were killed in a car accident.
3. Where was Parsifal sent after committing a crime?
(b) Boys Reformatory.
(d) Boarding school.
4. What television show had Parsifal and Sabine appeared on many years ago?
(a) The Merv Griffin Show.
(b) The Ed Sullivan Show.
(c) The Tonight Show.
(d) The Jack Paar Show.
5. Why did Sabine's parents not like the Canadian city?
(a) It was too metropolitan.
(b) It was too isolated.
(c) There was too much snow.
(d) There was a big culture gap.
Short Answer Questions
1. What surprising news does Sabine learn about Parsifal?
2. What food does the family order out for supper?
3. Who is the hostess in the restaurant in #40?
4. What is included in a letter that Dot sends to Sabine?
5. Which of the following was NOT Parsifal's role in Sabine's life?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Parsifal's mother and why does she call Sabine?
2. Why does the Magic Castle experience jolt Sabine into reality about her life?
3. How do Sabine's parents feel about her going to Nebraska to visit Parsifal's family?
4. What does Dot tell Sabine about Kitty's belief that Parsifal had a photo of Kitty in his room?
5. What does Phan's dream visit mean for Sabine?
6. Why does Sabine feel that she cannot stay in the big house any longer?
7. What shocking information does Sabine receive from Parsifal's attorney, Roger?
8. Why did Parsifal leave home at an early age never to return?
9. Where does Sabine take Parsifal's mother and sister on their second day in Los Angeles?
10. Who is Haas and what is his role in the story?
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