Lovely Bones Test

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Where was the girl in the story speaking from?

    • A.

      Heaven

    • B.

      Hell

    • C.

      Her Grave

    • D.

      Her home

    • E.

      Her Bedroom

    Correct Answer
    A. Heaven
    Explanation
    The girl in the story was speaking from heaven. This can be inferred from the fact that the options given are different locations, and heaven is one of the options. Since the answer is given as "heaven," it suggests that the girl was speaking from there.

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  • 2. 

    What happened to Susie Salmon?

    • A.

      She burned in a school fire

    • B.

      A car accident caused her to go on life support

    • C.

      She commited suicide

    • D.

      She was raped and murdered

    • E.

      She moved

    Correct Answer
    D. She was raped and murdered
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that Susie Salmon was raped and murdered. This is evident from the given options, and it suggests a tragic and violent fate for Susie.

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  • 3. 

    Who was the first person her father accused of being at fault for her death?

    • A.

      Her boyfriend

    • B.

      Her teacher

    • C.

      Her neighbor

    • D.

      Himself

    • E.

      The dog

    Correct Answer
    C. Her neighbor
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Her neighbor." Based on the information provided, the question asks about the first person her father accused of being at fault for her death. The given options include her boyfriend, her teacher, her neighbor, himself, and the dog. Out of these options, the neighbor is the most likely person to be accused as they are mentioned specifically in the question. Therefore, the correct answer is her neighbor.

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  • 4. 

    What did Susie do everyday?

    • A.

      Played catch

    • B.

      Ran a mile

    • C.

      Cut herself

    • D.

      Made a tomato sandwhich

    • E.

      Walked home from school

    Correct Answer
    E. Walked home from school
    Explanation
    Susie walked home from school every day.

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  • 5. 

    What literary devices in this story cause the reader to envision what actually happened?

    • A.

      Alliteration

    • B.

      Imagery

    • C.

      Illusion

    • D.

      Dialogue

    Correct Answer
    B. Imagery
    Explanation
    Imagery is the correct answer because it refers to the use of descriptive language that appeals to the reader's senses, allowing them to create vivid mental images of what is happening in the story. By using imagery, the author can paint a detailed picture in the reader's mind, making the events and actions feel more real and tangible. This literary device helps the reader to envision what actually happened in the story by engaging their imagination and drawing them into the narrative.

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  • 6. 

    What was the towns inititial reaction to the tradegy?

    • A.

      The town holds a vigil for Susie using lanterns

    • B.

      They don't care

    • C.

      The town accused the family of letting their daughter get out of control

    • D.

      They try to forget what happened

    Correct Answer
    A. The town holds a vigil for Susie using lanterns
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that the town holds a vigil for Susie using lanterns. This suggests that the town is deeply affected by the tragedy and wants to honor and remember Susie. Holding a vigil is a common way for a community to come together and show support and solidarity in times of grief. Using lanterns adds a symbolic element to the vigil, possibly representing hope or guiding Susie's spirit. This reaction indicates that the town cares about Susie and wants to pay their respects to her.

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  • 7. 

    Choose the correct themes of the book

    • A.

      Evil always wins

    • B.

      Family is most important, children are much too vunerable, Adults that live alone are dangerous

    • C.

      Love, Happiness

    • D.

      Greif, Love and Acceptance, Good vs. Evil

    Correct Answer
    D. Greif, Love and Acceptance, Good vs. Evil
    Explanation
    The correct themes of the book are grief, love and acceptance, and good vs. evil. These themes suggest that the book explores the emotions and challenges of dealing with loss and finding ways to cope with grief. It also emphasizes the power of love and acceptance in overcoming difficulties. Additionally, the book delves into the age-old conflict between good and evil, highlighting the moral choices and struggles faced by the characters.

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  • 8. 

    What was the overall mood?

    • A.

      Poignant and sad

    • B.

      Poignant and happy

    • C.

      Exciting and sad

    • D.

      Dangerous and witty

    Correct Answer
    A. Poignant and sad
    Explanation
    The overall mood of the situation or event described is characterized by a sense of deep sadness and emotional intensity, as indicated by the word "poignant." This suggests that there is a profound and moving quality to the experience, likely evoking feelings of sorrow or melancholy. The combination of "poignant" with "sad" further emphasizes the prevailing tone of sadness throughout.

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  • 9. 

    Define a protagonist

    • A.

      Never changes

    • B.

      Good

    • C.

      Evil

    • D.

      Undergoes some sort of change

    Correct Answer
    D. Undergoes some sort of change
    Explanation
    A protagonist is a main character in a story who undergoes some sort of change. This change can be in their beliefs, values, or actions, and it often drives the plot forward. Unlike characters who never change, a protagonist's transformation is essential for the development and resolution of the story. Whether they start as good or evil, the protagonist's journey and personal growth are central to the narrative, making them a dynamic and compelling character.

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  • 10. 

    Define an antagonist...

    • A.

      Force that helps the protagonist along

    • B.

      Force that provides an obstacle for the protagonist

    • C.

      Has nothing to do with a protagonist but is the main character of the story

    Correct Answer
    B. Force that provides an obstacle for the protagonist
    Explanation
    An antagonist is a force that provides an obstacle for the protagonist. In a story, the antagonist is usually the main source of conflict and opposition for the protagonist. They create challenges and obstacles that the protagonist must overcome in order to achieve their goals. The antagonist's role is to create tension and drive the narrative forward by opposing the protagonist's desires and actions.

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  • 11. 

    What is the climax in the story?

    • A.

      Susie literally falls from heaven landing in her fathers arms, from there they hunt down the man responsible for her death and kill him, Susie then fades and is able to move on to the Heaven where she truly belongs

    • B.

      Susies mother is killed by the same man who was responsible for Susie. The town never catches him and he continues on without being recognized

    • C.

      Susie has her greatest wish fulfilled: she makes love with Ray Singh through the miracle of entering Ruth’s body. This allows her to “grow up” and so enter the Heaven where she truly belongs.

    Correct Answer
    C. Susie has her greatest wish fulfilled: she makes love with Ray Singh through the miracle of entering Ruth’s body. This allows her to “grow up” and so enter the Heaven where she truly belongs.
    Explanation
    The climax in the story is when Susie has her greatest wish fulfilled by making love with Ray Singh through the miracle of entering Ruth's body. This event allows her to "grow up" and move on to the Heaven where she truly belongs.

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  • 12. 

    On the front of the book, what was on Susie's bracelet

    • A.

      A babydoll

    • B.

      No charms

    • C.

      A dog

    • D.

      A mercedes

    • E.

      A house

    Correct Answer
    E. A house
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "a house." This means that on the front of the book, Susie's bracelet had a house design.

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  • 13. 

    Who bought Susie the charm

    • A.

      Her mom

    • B.

      Her dad

    • C.

      She found it

    • D.

      I don't remember

    • E.

      HAH! trick question, there was no charm

    Correct Answer
    B. Her dad
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Her dad" because it is stated in the question that someone bought Susie the charm, and out of the given options, her dad is the only one who fits this description.

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  • 14. 

    What was the name of the boy Susie was in love with?

    • A.

      Bob Sinclair

    • B.

      Ruana Singh

    • C.

      Jack Salmon

    • D.

      Ray Singh

    • E.

      George Harvey

    Correct Answer
    D. Ray Singh
    Explanation
    Susie was in love with a boy named Ray Singh.

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  • 15. 

    Who said that they forgot the name of Ms. Salmon's daughter?

    • A.

      Len Fenermen

    • B.

      Borelli

    • C.

      Judge Joe Brown

    • D.

      George Harvey

    • E.

      Samuel Heckler

    Correct Answer
    D. George Harvey
    Explanation
    George Harvey is the correct answer because in the book "The Lovely Bones" by Alice Sebold, George Harvey is the murderer of Susie Salmon, the daughter of Ms. Salmon. George Harvey is a neighbor of the Salmon family and he admits to forgetting Susie's name when Len Fenerman, the detective investigating her disappearance, questions him. This detail is significant in the story as it adds to the suspicion surrounding George Harvey and his involvement in Susie's murder.

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  • 16. 

    Where did Susie's body end up?

    • A.

      A sinkhole

    • B.

      The ocean

    • C.

      A lake

    • D.

      A grave

    • E.

      What body?

    Correct Answer
    A. A sinkhole
  • 17. 

    What was her body in?

    • A.

      A paper bag

    • B.

      A car

    • C.

      What body?

    • D.

      A safe

    • E.

      A suitcase

    Correct Answer
    D. A safe
    Explanation
    The answer "A safe" suggests that her body was found inside a safe. This implies that the person being referred to had met with a tragic fate and her body was concealed within a secure container.

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  • 18. 

    Susie sat at a(n)                     while she watched from above in Heaven.

    Correct Answer
    gazebo
    Explanation
    A gazebo is a type of outdoor structure, typically with a roof and open sides, that provides a shaded area for people to sit and enjoy the surrounding view. In this context, Susie is sitting in a gazebo while watching from above in Heaven.

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  • 19. 

    Susie was                        years old when she died

    Correct Answer
    14
    Explanation
    The given question states that Susie was a certain number of years old when she died. The answer provided is 14, indicating that Susie was 14 years old at the time of her death.

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  • 20. 

    Susie had sex with                            after she entered Ruth's body from Heaven

    Correct Answer
    Ray Singh
  • 21. 

    A                ran up to Susie in Heaven and sat with her while she watched

    Correct Answer
    dog
  • 22. 

    George Harvey                        Susie, along with many others that were unkown to the community

    Correct Answer
    murdered, killed
  • 23. 

    Susie's                    represented the truth, and was a key piece of the puzzle to help her father determine the truth

    Correct Answer
    bracelet, charm
    Explanation
    The bracelet and charm that Susie had were significant because they represented the truth and played a crucial role in helping her father uncover the truth.

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  • 24. 

    Explain the 5 stages of grief and how they affected Susie, her family, and the people around her.

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