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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 is said to have committed the murder of Jimmie Lee Horn?
(a) Ben Toy.
(b) Tomas Berryman.
(c) Ochs Jones.
(d) Bert Poole.
2. After two meetings with Ben, what does Ochs think about his story involving the murder of Horn?
(a) It is false.
(b) It will be entertaining for the public to hear.
(c) He isn't giving Ochs all of the information.
(d) It is true.
3. Who does Ochs visit the day after he investigates Berryman's apartment?
(a) The director at the William Pound Institute.
(b) The head nurse at the William Pound Institute.
(c) The security guard at the William Pound Institute.
(d) Berryman's girlfriend.
4. What does Ochs asks Ben's hospital guard to get for him after his first visit?
(a) Ben's medication.
(b) The head nurse.
(c) The telephone.
(d) Ben's medical records.
5. What is Ochs Jones's profession?
(c) Law Teacher.
Short Answer Questions
1. What word does Ochs use to describe Johnboy?
2. What does Ochs want to prove with his investigation?
3. Who is ordered to murder the Southern man?
4. What is Johnboy Terrell's job?
5. Who does Ochs bribe in order to get access into Berryman's apartment?
Short Essay Questions
1. What causes Ochs to be unhappy during his final meeting with Ben?
2. On the day of the rally, what does Berryman spend his time doing?
3. What does Ochs wonder about Oona after hearing her stories involving the murder of Horn?
4. What happens when Horn is on television?
5. When Ochs returns to Long Island, what information is he given?
6. What happens to Ben after accepting the order to kill Horn?
7. So far in the story, what things has Berryman done that could label him as someone who does not care about his own safety?
8. What news does Ochs receive while bathing in his hotel room?
9. Describe Ochs's writing career for the newspaper in Part 4.
10. Describe the role of Horn's adviser during Horn's political campaign.
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