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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. How often does Neva communicate with Rachel?
(a) Twice a month.
(c) Every other month.
(d) Once a year.
2. What does Nate think is the cause of his poor relationships with his family?
(a) His ex-wife.
(c) Nate himself.
(d) His demanding children.
3. What does Nate believe in his delirium?
(a) That he is in hell.
(b) That Rachel visits him.
(c) That Jesis visits him.
(d) That Josh is there.
4. Why does Nate bribe Jevy to help him leave the hospital?
(a) He thinks Rachel will take better care of him.
(b) Nate is depressed by his poor state of health and the deplorable care he was receiving.
(c) He is delusional.
(d) He is afraid they are trying to kill him.
5. Where does Rachel live?
(a) On the outskirts of the village.
(b) In the chief's old dwelling.
(c) With the women of the tribe.
(d) In a neighboring village.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Nate know about Snead's testimony?
2. Why does Snead not mind that his work will be difficult?
3. What thought occurs to Nate?
4. Who has Rachel herself baptized?
5. What does Hark tell the other lawyers of Troy's family?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Nate notice about the Indian village and how does he respond to it?
2. What happened when Nate was admitted to the hospital for the second time?
3. What did the lawyers fighting the will do about the sanity examination?
4. What did Rachel say to Nate?
5. Why did Hark meet with the other Phelan heir lawyers and what happened at the meeting?
6. What did Neva tell Nate about the last time she spoke with Rachel? What did Nate believe about Rachel and what did he find odd?
7. What did Nate feel like back in D.C. and what did he do about it?
8. How did Nate score the first point in the dispositions?
9. What was Nate doing at the cottage?
10. What happened right after Nate woke the day after the storm?
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