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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 and George arrive at the Randall residence, what are they surprised to see out front?
2. What does Fritz reveal to John about Ev Randall?
3. When John talks to Roman Jones, he is accused of being what?
4. John recalls that Peter had called his niece Karen what?
5. Why do John Berry and George Wilson decide to go talk to J.D. Randall?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Peter refuse to perform an abortion on Karen the last time she asks him for one?
2. How does John's wife, Judith, feel at the dinner party at George Morris' house?
3. Why does Angela Harding end up in the hospital while John is recovering there?
4. What do John Berry and George Wilson witness after they follow J.D. Randall and Peter Randall along the coast?
5. What conflicting results does John receive regarding Karen's possible pregnancy?
6. Although Sanderson and John can easily shift the blame to Peter Randall and away from Art Lee, John has his misgivings. Why?
7. Describe Dr. Norton Francis Hammond.
8. Summarize John Berry's meeting with Roman Jones.
9. What challenges does George Wilson, Art Lee's new lawyer, face in trying to convince a jury of Art's innocence?
10. 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?
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
Compare and contrast the marriage of John and Judith with that of Art and Betty. What are John's thoughts about marriage and divorce within the medical community? Why does he dwell on these thoughts at times?
Essay Topic 3
Discuss the roles that race and ethnic background play in this story. When does this story take place? How does racism affect Art Lee's chances of a fair trial? How does racism affect George Wilson's ability to convince a jury that Art is innocent?
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