|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is Rachel's mother?
(a) Susan Cunningham.
(b) Evelyn Comely.
(c) Evelyn Cunningham.
(d) Lynn Costner.
2. Why do they shed tears?
(a) For Troy's death.
(b) For the way Troy kills himself.
(c) For the loss of lots of money.
(d) Because they didn't know they had another relative.
3. What does Rachel change her last name to after graduation from medical school?
4. Why does a panel of psychiatrists examine Troy?
(a) To learn how a very wealthy person thinks.
(b) To make sure he is legally competent.
(c) Because he has become a recluse.
(d) To make sure he understands the charges against him.
5. What is the conclusion about sending someone to Brazil?
(a) Josh is the best person for the firm.
(b) Nate will not represent the firm well.
(c) Nate is the best person for the firm.
(d) They have no choice but to hire another lawyer.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Nate begin his day at Walnut Hill?
2. What is the surprising clause in Troy's final will?
3. How do they complete the rescue?
4. Why is Nate pleased with Josh's offer?
5. On what river is Nate?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did Troy divide his money with his last holographic will?
2. Explain what happened when Nate found out the trading post where they stopped sold beer.
3. What did Nate and Jevy do to start the second half of their journey?
4. What did Hark Getty see as a benefit to being Rex's lawyer? Why did he have a strong motivation to do his best?
5. How did the Phelan heirs feel about Troy's will?
6. What do Nate and Jevy discuss as they float on the river and how does Nate feel about it?
7. What was the effect of Troy's death on the media?
8. How did Nate feel when he first came to Brazil and why?
9. What was Libbigail's relationship with her father like and what is she doing after his death?
10. What did Jevy do when Nate didn't show up at the boat?
This section contains 992 words
(approx. 4 pages at 300 words per page)