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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 does the narrator say comforted Chloe after her argument with Rose at the beach?
(c) Mrs. Grace.
2. At the end of "Section 2: Part 6", who comes to get the narrator?
(a) Miss Vavasour.
(b) His daughter.
(c) A nurse.
(d) The Colonel.
3. What does the narrator say Anna told Claire about her illness?
(a) She wouldn't say she was dying.
(b) She asked for help with her medications.
(c) She wanted Claire to pray with her.
(d) She asked her to get tested herself.
4. In "Section 2: Part 3", when does the narrator start insulting a woman who left him?
(a) When Miss Vavasour is on the phone.
(b) In his sleep.
(c) During coffee.
(d) In the middle of dinner.
5. At the end of "Section 2: Part 2", how does the narrator say he feels?
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does the narrator say he was so upset to discover the broken bird's eggs as a child?
2. Why does the narrator say Anna wanted a camera taken to her in the hospital?
3. Why does the narrator say Anna felt pity for him as she was dying?
4. What does the narrator feel is ironic about his desire to protect Chloe?
5. What does the narrator compare his brandy bottle to in "Section 2: Part 6"?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the narrator say about his mother's death in "Section 2: Part 4"?
2. What happened the first time the narrator kissed Chloe?
3. What frightens the narrator at the beginning of "Section 2: Part 6"?
4. In "Section 2: Part 3", what does the narrator say about his life after his father left?
5. What did Anna do with her camera in the hospital?
6. What is the Colonel's daily life like?
7. How does the narrator explain Chloe's death?
8. In "Section 2: Part 1", what details can the narrator remember about Chloe?
9. Why does the narrator dislike being photographed?
10. What does the narrator say Chloe reminds him of in the world to this day?
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