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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. Why do Judith and John go to George Morris' house?
2. John realizes that Angela is whose niece?
3. When John goes to Mallory Lab to talk to Dr. Weston about Karen's autopsy results, what does Weston do?
4. The new attorney who has taken on Art's case is George __________.
5. When John checks with Memorial Hospital about Karen's autopsy results, he learns that the official findings are that she died of a reaction from penicillin and complications from what?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Norton tell John is missing from Memorial Hospital?
2. Summarize John's encounter with Sam Archer.
3. What does John say to Norton when he finds him smoking marijuana at George Morris' place?
4. What viable alternatives does George Wilson present to John Berry as they ponder how to prove Art's innocence?
5. Why does Peter refuse to perform an abortion on Karen the last time she asks him for one?
6. What conflicting results does John receive regarding Karen's possible pregnancy?
7. How does John's hunch pay off when he meets Angela Harding?
8. Why does John end up in the emergency room?
9. How do Angela and Bubbles act towards John when he meets them and asks 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
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 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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