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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. When Phoebe is driving Sal crazy, what does Ben think is her main problem?
(a) She's in denial.
(b) She's lonely.
(c) She's too stuck-up.
(d) She's tired.
2. What was drawn inside the shape of the drawing that Sal thought was Phoebe's?
(a) A triangle.
(b) A star.
(c) A teardrop.
(d) A heart.
3. How long was Gramps' father gone when his friend questioned his whereabouts?
(a) Six years.
(b) Six months.
(c) Nine months.
(d) Six days.
4. Who wrote the poem that Mr. Birkway reads in class?
5. At what site do Sal and her Gram stop after they leave Madison?
(a) House on the Rock.
(b) Museum of Woodcarving.
(c) Rhinelander Logging Museum.
(d) The Wisconsin Dells.
Short Answer Questions
1. When returning from the drug store, Ben comments that Sal does what every time someone touches her?
2. When Phoebe first meets Sal, what does Phoebe call her?
3. How is the Finney household best described?
4. What does Mrs. Winterbottom do after the Phoebe and Sal return home from school?
5. Where did Sal grow up?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Megan catch Phoebe in her lie about where her mother is?
2. Why does the blackberry pie trigger a negative memory for Sal?
3. Why does Sal flinch every time someone touches her?
4. Why does Sal feel guilty about her mother's miscarriage?
5. Describe the atmosphere in Madison, Wisconsin.
6. Why do you think that the whispers changed from saying "rush, rush," to "slow down, slow down"?
7. What does Sal realize after she says that she wanted to tell Phoebe that Mrs. Winterbottom's leaving was not Phoebe's fault?
8. How does Sergeant Bickle react to Phoebe's evidence? Why do you think he reacts that way?
9. Why were Grandparents Hiddle arrested, and what does this show about them?
10. What evidence does Phoebe present to Sergeant Bickle as proof that her mother was kidnapped?
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