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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 does Berryman do before traveling to Nashville?
(a) Steals a car.
(b) Buys ammunition..
(c) Visits Ben Toy.
(d) Changes his appearance.
2. Who does Horn go visit at the police headquarters in Nashville?
(a) A family member.
(b) A drug dealer.
(c) A policeman.
(d) A reporter.
3. What kind of house does Ochs visit at the beginning of Part 3?
(c) Beach house.
4. Who does Berryman see several times in Nashville that causes him to take an interest in this person?
(a) Ben Toy.
(b) Horn's adviser.
(c) The governor.
(d) Bert Poole.
5. Why does Berryman go see Johnboy after visiting his father?
(a) To kill him.
(b) To inform him about his knowledge of Horn.
(c) To threaten him.
(d) To become his alliance.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Oona tell Ochs about during their meeting?
2. Where does Ben leave a note for Berryman?
3. What are Berryman's thoughts about the car that drives past his house several times?
4. Who threatens Horn when he's on television?
5. What day(s) of the week did Oona and Berryman stay together a few weeks before Horn's murder?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens at the country club that gives readers a stronger understanding of the plot to kill Horn?
2. How does Ochs describe Jimmie Lee Horn?
3. What happens to Ben at the end of Part 3, and what does the event cause readers to think about him?
4. Who is Oona Quinn?
5. What happens when Berryman goes to Bert Poole's house?
6. In what way does Berryman show a lack of friendship toward Ben?
7. Why does Ochs go to Thomas Berryman's house, and how does he describe Oona Quinn?
8. When Ochs returns to Nashville in Part 4, who is being investigated and what is the importance of the investigation?
9. What happens when Horn is on television?
10. Describe the meeting between Berryman and Johnboy.
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