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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. Who gets charged with withholding information in Chapter 18?
2. What happens to Peter Brewster's car when Spenser returns to it after following the loud noises?
3. Where does Spenser go, after finding the dead bodies?
4. What does Spenser see on the night of Candy's first dinner date after she is taken off the corruption story?
5. Who do Candy and Spenser eat lunch with at the beginning of Chapter 19?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are Spenser's feelings about Candy's relationship with Peter Brewster?
2. How does Candy react to being told to stop working on the corruption investigation story?
3. Describe Franco's visit to Sam Felton's house.
4. How does Spenser try to keep Candy safe from Peter Brewster?
5. What indications are there that Candy and Spenser are in danger at Sam Felton's house?
6. Describe Franco's known background.
7. Describe the events leading to Candy's death at the oil field.
8. What does Candy learn about the corruption investigation from Peter Brewster?
9. Why does Spenser lock himself in the office with Brewster and Simms?
10. Does Candy feel safe around Peter Brewster?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Candy and Susan are used to represent different aspects of femininity as the only two women in A Savage Place. Compare and contrast these two woman and their impact on the story, and the author's message about women in the world today.
Essay Topic 2
Morality in A Savage Place is often shown in shades of gray rather than in black and white. Compare Spenser and Candy in regards to having a strong sense of morals. Discuss how their morality differs, if they stand up for what they believe in, and how these things impact their lives in the novel.
Essay Topic 3
Is Candy more logical or emotional by nature? Support your answer with examples from the novel.
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