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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. As Dr. John Berry recalls past conversations with his friend, Dr. Arthur Lee, what becomes clear?
2. What example does John give of a disease that is often seen at Boston City Hospital but is practically nonexistent elsewhere?
3. Roger Whiting tells John Berry that he had given Karen Randall penicillin __________.
4. Alan Zenner explains to John that Karen had claimed she was pregnant and was scared about having an abortion, but he _________.
5. When John Berry encounters J.D. Randall after meeting with William Randall, how does J.D. greet him?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Dr. Norton Francis Hammond.
2. How does J.D. Randall deflect pointed questions John Berry asks of him during their first conversation?
3. What vital information is revealed when John Berry meets Peter Randall for lunch?
4. When John finally talks with Peter Randall directly, what key pieces of information does he learn?
5. After Art Lee thanks John Berry for everything he has done to make him a free man, what does he say about his future plans?
6. Who is Mrs. McPherson, and what happens to her?
7. Summarize the encounter between John Berry and Roger Whiting, the medical intern who had given Karen penicillin without first checking for allergies.
8. Why does Angela clean fingerprints off the chair and doorknob?
9. Why do the police arrest Art Lee?
10. What key details does John learn about Karen from her roommate Ginnie?
Essay Topic 1
Compare and contrast Karen Randall with Angela Harding. How are they similar in personality? In behavior? In circumstances? In what significant ways are these two women different?
Essay Topic 2
Explain why the police are not more cooperative and helpful with the Lee family when hecklers attack their home. Why are the police dragging their feet? How does John intervene? How does he secure police protection for the family?
Essay Topic 3
Compare and contrast how Karen Randall as seen by her family with how she is seen by her college friends. Why does she present herself one way to her family and another way to her friends? Does anybody even know the "real" Karen, or is everyone fooled by her fabrications?
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