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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What has Henny begun to do in front of the children?
(a) Humiliate Sam.
(b) Kiss Sam.
(c) Belittle Sam.
(d) Talk about her infidelities.
2. What is the state of Sam and Henny's relationship when Henny is making a gift for Cathleen?
(a) It's disintegrated.
(b) It's not clear to either of them, what with the move.
(c) It's healthier.
(d) It's the same as it ever was.
3. What is Henny's response when Sam confronts her?
(a) He is a worthless person, who has no right to accuse her.
(b) She would never have betrayed him, even in spite of his infidelities.
(c) She knows who wrote the letter.
(d) She has every right to have affairs, considering his infidelities.
4. What had Sam brought back from Malaysia in the crates?
(a) Small animals and biological samples.
(b) Books and illustrations.
(c) Trinkets and worthless things.
(d) Vases and silks.
5. What news comes at the end of the celebration at Tohoga House?
(a) Archie Lessinum is dead.
(b) David Collyer is dead.
(c) Louie is missing.
(d) Josephine Pollit is dead.
6. What happens to Bonnie in the end of the book?
(a) She comes back to the house.
(b) She runs away.
(c) She marries Sam.
(d) She is institutionalized.
7. Where does Louie go?
(a) Washington D.C.
(b) Her mother's family in Harper's Ferry.
(d) To live with Miss Aiden.
8. Where is the house Sam finds?
(a) In an apartment building.
(b) In a slum.
(c) In a poor neighborhood.
(d) In a suburb of Baltimore.
9. What does Sam offer Bonnie?
(a) To make sure the baby is adopted by a nice family.
(b) To send her away.
(c) To send the baby away.
(d) To raise the child as his.
10. What does Louie tell Sam about Henny's death?
(a) She didn't know how it happened.
(b) She killed herself.
(c) It was an accident.
(d) Louie killed her.
11. What does the narrator say Ernie is deeply concerned about?
12. What does the anonymous letter tell Sam?
(a) Henny has been taking lovers.
(b) Charles-Franklin is not his son.
(c) He will not be starting his new job as he thought.
(d) Louie is not his daughter.
13. Sam tells Bonnie _________________.
(a) About her baby.
(b) About his financial problems.
(c) About Jo's affairs.
(d) About Henny's death.
14. What does Josephine Pollit carry on about?
(a) The strain a new baby will place on the family finances.
(b) The justice of retribution on Colonel Willets.
(c) The beauty of the new baby.
(d) The disrepute Bonnie has brought to the family.
15. How does the narrator say Henny's moods change?
(a) They mellow.
(b) They become more vile.
(c) They become angrier.
(d) They become more changeable.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens to Sam in mid-summer?
2. How does the narrator characterize Hassie's house?
3. What have the children become by the end of the summer?
4. What is this conclusion of the book called?
5. What does Sam say when Louie confesses to him?
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