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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. Why is the Southern man murdered?
(a) Ben confused him with someone else.
(b) He tried to murder Ben.
(c) He continued to follow Ben.
(d) Ben wanted him out of the way.
2. What does ipecac syrup mimic?
(a) Food poisoning.
(b) A head cold.
(c) The flu.
(d) A panic attack.
3. What race is Horn?
(b) African American.
4. What does Ochs find out when he receives an exciting phone call after meeting with Ben a second time?
(a) Facts on Horn's murder.
(b) Facts on Ben Toy's mental state.
(c) Facts about Thomas Berryman.
(d) Facts on the Southern man.
5. How is the Southern man killed?
(a) He is shot.
(b) He is drowned.
(c) He is poisoned.
(d) He is hung.
Short Answer Questions
1. What reason does Ben give for keeping the fact that he's been seeing a psychiatrist away from Berryman?
2. After two meetings with Ben, what does Ochs think about his story involving the murder of Horn?
3. In what state is Berryman's apartment located?
4. Where does Ochs Jones work?
5. What state does Ochs Jones work in?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does empathy play a part in the relationship between Ochs and Ben?
2. What news does Ochs receive while bathing in his hotel room?
3. What makes the Southern man so mysterious in the story?
4. Explain the crime that Ben commits after accepting the order to kill Horn.
5. How does Ochs's opinion of Ben change from his first interview to his last?
6. Where does Ochs go after his meeting with Ben Toy, and what events follow?
7. How does Berryman get assigned the job to assassinate Jimmie Lee Horn?
8. What does Ochs ask the guard at the mental institute to do for him, and what events follow his request?
9. When Ochs returns to Tennessee after visiting Ben in the mental institution, what does he learn about Berryman? Why is it important?
10. Describe the profession of Ochs Jones.
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