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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. When John reaches the Lee household, what does he find in their front yard?
2. Who supposedly lives with Sam Archer?
3. John Berry and Dr. Sanderson are well aware that as a result of Art's case, both of them could what?
4. As John is being wheeled into an emergency room, he is told what?
5. Both John and George Wilson realize that even if Karen was not pregnant, this is not enough to do what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Summarize John Berry's meeting with Roman Jones.
2. What conflicting results does John receive regarding Karen's possible pregnancy?
3. What do John Berry and George Wilson witness after they follow J.D. Randall and Peter Randall along the coast?
4. When a reporter arrives to cover the demonstration at the Lee house, what does John tell him?
5. Describe the demonstration outside the home of the Lee family.
6. Although Sanderson and John can easily shift the blame to Peter Randall and away from Art Lee, John has his misgivings. Why?
7. What does Norton tell John is missing from Memorial Hospital?
8. Why does Angela Harding end up in the hospital while John is recovering there?
9. When John is in the hospital, what happens to Roman Jones?
10. What vital information is revealed when John Berry meets Peter Randall for lunch?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Often, John Berry seems to realize that he speaks his mind too freely and offends people or hurts their feelings. Does he do anything to try to change his gruff directness with people? Does he ever benefit from such brutal candor? If so, how?
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
Discuss some of the instances when John Berry poses as someone else: for example, a police officer, an attorney, a relative, a drug buyer. Why does he pose as someone he is not? In each case, what information does he gain? Can it be argued that "the end justifies the means?" Why or why not?
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