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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. In the end, Marya thinks that her eating disorder is _____.
(a) Something she cannot overcome.
(b) An excuse to not live life.
(c) Something she must fix by herself.
(d) Something she will always fight.
2. When Marya's parents come home from their first trip, what do they find?
(a) The man Marya had sex with.
(b) Marya is very thin.
(c) The house is a complete mess.
(d) The toilet is clogged with vomit.
3. For Marya, what was the need for the eating disorder?
(a) A way to make her memorable.
(b) Something to do.
(c) She could hide behind it.
(d) A way to avoid the pain and reality of life.
4. Whose instructions are not being followed?
(a) Her mother's suggestions.
(b) Marya's own.
(c) Her doctor's orders.
(d) Kathi, the nurse from Methodist.
5. What is the tone of this Interlude?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Marya find herself in 1991?
2. Because she is alive, Marya feels like she needs to_________.
3. How does Marya chicken out and not take advantage of her opportunity to get better?
4. If Marya does not eat, what will happen?
5. Does Marya think that eating disorders occur often in this country?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Marya afraid to fall asleep, and how does not sleeping affect her?
2. After arriving at Lowe House, what is Marya warned about by another patient?
3. What marks the point where Marya's life starts to fall apart again?
4. When Marya feels like she is having a nervous breakdown, what is really happening?
5. How does 1991 get off to a good start for Marya?
6. When does Marya's brother finally realize how thin Marya is?
7. What does Marya realize about her desire to lose weight?
8. Why does Marya decide to visit Kathi?
9. What does Marya almost refuse to take?
10. What are Marya's main reasons for not committing suicide or giving up on living?
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