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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. With which Indian tribe does a missionary woman work?
2. In accordance with Troy's wishes, what does Josh do?
(a) Share a preview of the will with the media.
(b) Keeps the contents of the will a secret until he is required by law to share the information.
(c) Have Troy buried in South America.
(d) Appoint Troy's eldest son as executor of the will.
3. What does Nate do while Jevy goes to the trading post?
(a) In the crow's nest.
(b) Huddled in the boat trying to resist buying alcohol.
(c) Talking to the villagers.
(d) In a local motel asleep.
4. After Troy has finished all the business he wants to do, what does he do?
(a) Has lunch with his favorite daughter.
(b) Leaves on a plane for South America.
(c) Commits suicide.
(d) Kills his lawyer for betraying him.
5. Who is Nate avoiding?
(a) His parents.
(b) His partying acquaintances.
(c) His fiance.
(d) His former wives.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Jevy go searching for Nate?
2. How does Nate begin his day at Walnut Hill?
3. What is the problem about leaving the place of the plane crash by boat?
4. Who does Josh consider sending to Brazil?
5. Who is Rachel's mother?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who was the only person who knew where Rachel was living?
2. What kind of shape was Troy Junior, Ramble, Geena and Rex in following his death?
3. Why was the reading of Troy Phelan's will considered to be of interest?
4. How did Rachel come about and how did she end up adopted?
5. Why would Josh consider sending Nate to Brazil to find the Phelan heir?
6. What did Jevy do when Nate didn't show up at the boat?
7. How did Josh try to assure that Nate would do as he was told?
8. What happened to Rachel's biological mother?
9. What happened regarding the cow the plane crash killed in Brazil?
10. Basically, what did Troy's will say?
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