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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 did Lucette's mother travel to China and Africa?
(a) Because she was a missionary.
(b) Because she was rich.
(c) Because she took a year off from work.
(d) Because she was trying to adopt a child.
2. After four days with Tarwater, how does the schoolteacher feel?
(a) He feels unsure.
(b) He feels exhausted.
(c) He feels excited.
(d) He feels determined.
3. Why does the schoolteacher use the help of a welfare office worker?
(a) To get Tarwater back.
(b) To get child support.
(c) To get unemployment.
(d) To find a new job.
4. What catches Tarwater's attention in the store window when he is walking with Rayber?
(a) A red car.
(b) A balloon.
(c) A gold watch.
(d) A gun.
5. Who does the schoolteacher marry?
(b) A schoolteacher.
(c) A bishop.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Rayber think Tarwater is headed into town the night he leaves the house?
2. According to the voice, what's the only reason Mason wanted Tarwater?
3. How did Mason describe Tarwater's sister?
4. What does Lucette wear?
5. What does Meeks do every time Tarwater mentions Mason?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Bishop look like the first time Tarwater sees him?
2. When Meeks asks what line of work Tarwater will get into, what does he say?
3. What does Tarwater do when he has a hard time thinking of what to say to the woman at the gas station?
4. When Tarwater is looking over Bishop in the fountain, what does he think?
5. What is the sign of returning health that Rayber wants to see in Tarwater?
6. How does Meeks say man can get ahead?
7. Why does the stranger's voice taunt Tarwater about Mason's profession?
8. Why does Rayber say Tarwater can not eat?
9. When Mason tells Tarwater about his kidnapping, what does he say about the schoolteacher?
10. What condition is Tarwater in when he wakes up in the woods?
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