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Grade 10 :: The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant by laurashaw
What happens at the end of the short story "The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant"?
  1. Sheila leaves with Eric and disappoints the narrator
  2. the narrator is glad that Sheila left with Eric
  3. the narrator decided to leave without Sheila
Grade 10 :: The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant by deltadivaspr05
What effect does letting the bass go have on the narrator?
  1. He is filled with regret
  2. He becomes angry with Sheila
  3. He decides to give up fishing
  4. He decides to give up dating
Grade 10 :: The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant by deltadivaspr05
What causes the narrator to let the bass go?
  1. He does not like to fish at night
  2. He wants to get to the dance on time
  3. He knows Sheila does not approve of fishing
  4. He thinks the bass will pull them on a sandbar
Grade 10 :: The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant by deltadivaspr05
At the end of the story
  1. Sheila decides to date the narrator
  2. Walks home
  3. Leave the dance with Eric Caswell
  4. Sheila rides home with one of her friends
Grade 10 :: The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant by deltadivaspr05
When the narrator asks Sheila Mant to the dance she
  1. responds with an enthusiastic yes
  2. responds with an emphatic no
  3. tells the narrator she's going with Eric
  4. asks him if he has a car
Grade 10 :: The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant by deltadivaspr05
Fishing is so important to the narrator that he
  1. automatically puts his fishing rod in the canoe
  2. arrives at Sheila's house an hour late
  3. leaves the dance to fish
  4. won't go anywhere in a car
Grade 10 :: The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant by deltadivaspr05
Barton waits until the last possible minute to jettison Marilyn because he
  1. is trying to devise a plan to keep her safely on board
  2. wants her to understand the universal laws determining her fate
  3. wants to hear about her life on earth
  4. thinks another EDS will rescue her
Grade 10 :: The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant by deltadivaspr05
Grade 10 :: The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant by deltadivaspr05
Barton chooses to jettison Marilyn because
  1. he will lose his job if he disobeys the rules
  2. not doing so means the death of them both and the men on Woden
  3. her life is not as significant as that of a space explorer
  4. she is a fugitive seeking a new home
Grade 10 :: The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant by deltadivaspr05
On first discovering who the stowaway is, Barton is shocked because
  1. he has never had to use the stowaway rule
  2. he is a friend of Marilyn's brother Gerry
  3. the gauge had indicated a much heavier person
  4. he had expected to find a male stowaway
Grade 10 :: The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant by deltadivaspr05
The rules regarding EDS stowaways is based on
  1. physical laws involving fuel and weight
  2. the importance of stressing discipline
  3. past experiences with renegades and hijackers
  4. the need to maintain the secrecy of space missions
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