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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. Where did Mason Tarwater die?
(a) At the breakfast table.
(b) Sleeping in his bed.
(c) Tending to his cotton fields.
(d) Reading a newspaper on the porch.
2. To what animal does Francis compare Rayber's son, Bishop?
(a) A gorilla.
(b) A canary.
(c) A dog.
(d) A ferret.
3. Which of the following Biblical stories does Francis think about after his sexual assault?
(a) Leading the lamb to the slaughter.
(b) Jonah being swallowed into the belly of a whale.
(c) The creation of man and animals.
(d) Feeding the multitude with bread and fish.
4. What does Meeks sell for a living?
5. According to Meeks, what does H.L.L stand for?
(a) Hard Lessons Learned.
(b) Hold Love Longingly.
(c) Heaven Listens Last.
(d) Help Lead Love.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does the first truck driver tell Francis he belongs when he drops him off at the side of the road?
2. Why does Lucette ask congregation members for money at the Powderhead Congregational Church?
3. How does the man who attacks Francis slip him drugs?
4. How does Francis react when Rayber tells him that he considered drowning Bishop when he was born?
5. Why did Mason try to kidnap Reyber's son, Bishop?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Francis' reaction when he figures out that Rayber has followed him to the religious revival?
2. How did George Rayber go deaf?
3. Who is Lucette, and what impact does she have on Rayber when the meet?
4. How did Francis Tarwater come to live with his great-uncle Mason?
5. What is Francis' initial reaction when he meets his cousin, Bishop?
6. How does Bishop die?
7. How was Mason Tarwater buried?
8. What type of interaction does Francis have with the first truck driver that picks him up from the side of the road?
9. How does Mason's neighbor, Buford Munson, react when he hears that Mason is dead?
10. How does Francis rebel against Mason after his death?
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