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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. Who takes care of Cecilia during the day?
2. Where does Rose go after spending only one night in the farmhouse?
(a) The groundskeeper's cottage.
(b) The convent.
(c) The bed & breakfast.
(d) The hotel.
3. How many stitches does Son get in his head?
(a) More than 50.
(b) About 10.
(d) 100 or so.
4. Why is Mother Corinne angry when Son, Rose and Sissy move into the farmhouse?
(a) She thought it would belong to the church.
(b) She wants them to move away.
(c) She hoped to open another home for unwed mothers there.
(d) She has never liked Rose.
5. How much does Mother Corinne pay Rose to work in the kitchen?
(a) $2 day.
(c) $5 day.
(d) $100 week.
Short Answer Questions
1. Son tells Sissy that he and Thomas talked about ______________ while on the back porch.
2. Who waits with the person in #122 until the funeral director arrives?
3. What is wrong with Son as he walks up onto the porch?
4. What do Son and Thomas drink after dinner?
5. What feeling does Sissy have as Thomas leaves?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Sissy realize about her mother when they are driving in the car?
2. What information does Sissy learn about her life while driving with Rose?
3. How have the driving lessons provides some hope for a better relationship between Sissy and Rose?
4. When did Sissy learn that she was not adopted?
5. Who is the sole beneficiary of June's estate?
6. Why does it never occur to Sissy that Thomas could be her biological father?
7. What is the reason that Rose stays so distant from Sissy?
8. How does Son's girlfriend, Cecilia, die, and why does he feel such guilt about it?
9. What does Son keep the same at St. Elizabeth's even though with his inheritance, he now has the authority to change?
10. How does Son's injury make Sissy even more resentful of her mother's distant behavior?
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