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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 made Clara not feel at home in Port William any more?
(a) The war changed her view of Port William.
(b) New people who moved into Port William changed it drastically.
(c) She went to college.
(d) Her parents died and the house she grew up in sold.
2. What is significant about Rose McInnis?
(a) She was Jack's first girlfriend.
(b) She is the only woman who ever really loved Jack.
(c) She gave Jack his first job.
(d) She is Jack's cousin.
3. What is Jack's lawyer's name?
4. Where is Andy from?
(b) Port William.
(d) A nearby town.
5. Why does Mat have an unusual amount of energy on the day people come to pay their respects to Jack?
(a) He was angry about the coffin.
(b) He had eaten more than the usual amount of food.
(c) He drank too much coffee.
(d) He did not work that day.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Jack realize when he told Glad of his plans for the future?
2. Specifically, what do the people who gather to remember Jack recall about him?
3. What was the reason for the relationship that Jack and Glad had with one another?
4. What is one of the questions that Jack asks Andy?
5. As Andy gets ready to leave, what does Margaret Feltner say to him?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was Jack's relationship with his daughter Clara like?
2. Who is Wheeler and why has he had to spend more time away from the farm than usual?
3. Why is Mat annoyed with the preacher during Jack's funeral?
4. After the dinner at Mat Feltner's house, what does Jack do?
5. What significant event occurred in Jack's life after Rose's death?
6. What was Clara's life like after college?
7. What happens to Jack after he has to rent out the farm?
8. How did people pay their respects to Jack at the Felter's house?
9. What kind of funeral does Mat know Jack wanted to have?
10. What was Jack's relationship with Glad like?
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