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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 Sabine's decision about visiting with the Fetterses?
(a) She decides to stay.
(b) She decides to go and return someday.
(c) She decides to move in with them.
(d) She decides to leave immediately.
2. Why does Sabine think the Fetters family must think she is odd?
(a) She weaves her own fabric.
(b) She stays up all night.
(c) She drinks herbal tea.
(d) She married their gay brother.
3. Who tells Howard to stay away from Bertie from now on?
4. Which Fetters child is named after Mr. Fetters?
5. Where has Sabine been sleeping the last few nights?
(a) A rollaway bed.
(b) Kitty's old room
(c) A motel.
(d) Bertie's old room.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why are Kitty's sons interested in Sabine?
2. What is Sabine ready to do now?
3. Why does Kitty think Sabine will never want to see the family again?
4. Kitty thinks that her boys would have benefited from Guy's _____________________.
5. What is shocking about the visit from the person in #161?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who are Kitty's sons and what do they find fascinating about Sabine?
2. What does Sabine discover when she explores Parsifal's childhood room?
3. Who is Howard Plate and what can be assumed by his behavior?
4. How does Sabine come to realize that Parsifal had had a hard life long before she met him?
5. How do the stories about Albert Fetters make Sabine realize that Parsifal did what he had to do in order to survive?
6. What does Sabine tell her parents about her visit with the Fetters family so far?
7. Why does Dot think that she handled the situation with Guy so poorly?
8. What does Sabine make of the kiss from Kitty?
9. How does the kiss from Kitty give Sabine some satisfaction over Howard and his threatening behavior?
10. Why is Kitty returning home for awhile and how do Dot and Sabine view this differently?
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