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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. What kind of adviser does Horn hire for himself?
2. Where does Berryman say he wants to retire?
3. Where is Berryman when he thinks about where he would like to retire?
(a) On a train.
(b) On an airplane.
(c) In a hotel.
(d) At the beach.
4. Where does Berryman leave a note for Ben?
(a) The William Pound Institute.
(b) Ben's house.
(c) Ben's parents' house.
(d) Ben's flower shop.
5. How does Ochs feel towards the Quinns?
(a) He is concerned about them.
(b) He dislikes them.
(c) He does not trust them.
(d) He likes them.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Ochs believe his article about the murder of Horn will do to the Quinns?
2. Who does Berryman see several times in Nashville that causes him to take an interest in this person?
3. Who does Ochs find at the house he visits in Part 3?
4. When Ochs is contacted due to his newspaper articles, what does the caller tell him?
5. What does Berryman promise Oona before leaving the beach house?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Ochs describe Jimmie Lee Horn?
2. When Ochs returns to Nashville in Part 4, who is being investigated and what is the importance of the investigation?
3. What happens between Oona and Berryman during their weekend spent at Berryman's beachfront home?
4. What happens to Ben at the end of Part 3, and what does the event cause readers to think about him?
5. In what way does Berryman show a lack of friendship toward Ben?
6. What does Ochs say about Oona's parents, the Quinns?
7. What does Ochs wonder about Oona after hearing her stories involving the murder of Horn?
8. Why is the letter Ochs receives due to his newspaper articles so important to the story?
9. What happens when Berryman goes to Bert Poole's house?
10. What events take place when Berryman arrives in Nashville before Horn's murder?
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