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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 season did Lori Winters find especially "wonderful" in New York?
2. What college was Steven accepted to?
(d) John Hopkins.
3. What medication did doctors say that Lori needed to take for her schizophrenia?
(b) Atypical antipsychotics.
4. When Lori described how much medication she took, what did she state it was difficult for her to do?
(a) Get angry.
(d) Brush her teeth.
5. What city did Lori claim to be "so foreign, and far away"?
(b) St. Louis.
(d) New York.
Short Answer Questions
1. For how many years did Lori state her life had been non-existent?
2. Where was Steven's brother, Mark, during the summer prior to his Senior year in high school?
3. What animal did Lori say "plagued her" from her childhood?
4. What hospital did Lori's parents meet her at March of 1985?
5. What card game did Lori Winters say was played on every street corner in New York?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Lori Winters, and some other friends of Lori Schiller's, believe was wrong with her during their senior year of college?
2. What two movies did Lori compare herself to when she came to believe that she was possessed?
3. Why did Lori state that for a long time, during high school, "relief came more than torment"?
4. In Chapter 11, what were the two reasons that Lori was glad to be home?
5. At twenty-four, a year after being released from the hospital, what did Lori find worrisome?
6. Why did Marvin tell Nancy that they needed to keep Lori's illness secret?
7. Describe the events that changed Lori's life forever in August of 1976.
8. What did Marvin Schiller learn from the late night phone call, in March of 1982, from Lori Winters?
9. According to Chapter 12, why did Lori state that she always listened to music?
10. Why was Steven Schiller really afraid of what had happened to his sister?
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