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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 defends Peter Randall, Dr. Sanderson believes that perhaps John is what?
2. John concludes that Karen had a problem with what?
3. Karen had known Roman Jones, a member of which musical group?
4. At Sam's place, John learns that Bubbles is with whom?
5. What information does Norton give John about the pharmacy at Memorial Hospital?
Short Essay Questions
1. What challenges does George Wilson, Art Lee's new lawyer, face in trying to convince a jury of Art's innocence?
2. How do Angela and Bubbles act towards John when he meets them and asks about Karen?
3. Why does Angela Harding end up in the hospital while John is recovering there?
4. After John helps Betty Lee board up the broken windows in her house and tends to her children's cuts, he calls attorney George Wilson. What do he and George agree to do?
5. When John is in the hospital, what happens to Roman Jones?
6. What conflicting results does John receive regarding Karen's possible pregnancy?
7. Describe Dr. Norton Francis Hammond.
8. Why does John end up in the emergency room?
9. When John visits Dr. Fritz Werner at his office, what does Fritz say about Karen?
10. During the dinner party at George Morris' house, how do different people interact with John Berry?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Compare and contrast Dr. John Berry with Dr. Frank Conway. Analyze each in the following categories: compassion, honesty, professionalism, expertise. Which of the two is more trustworthy? Why?
Essay Topic 2
Almost from the start, tension exists between John and several other characters. Cite specific examples when this tension works against John and when it works in his favor in his interactions with the following characters:
1. Captain Peterson.
2. J.D. Randall.
3. Roman Jones.
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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