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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. What is La Doll's real name?
2. Bennie and his wife, Stephanie, move to _____, NY.
3. When a song isn't really over, Alison feels ________.
4. Where is Kitty attacked?
5. How long does the "perfect" pause last?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Stephanie and Bennie do to fit in?
2. How does Sasha explain her past to Rob?
3. What technique does Jules use to try to get Kitty to open up?
4. Explain the scene at Lizzie's apartment.
5. Give an example of the material included in the Power Point slide titled "One Night Later."
6. Where does Ted's interest lie while he is in Europe?
7. What has happened to Sasha since she has been gone?
8. Give an example of the material included in the Power Point slide titled "In My Room."
9. What is the purpose of Ted Hollander's trip to Italy?
10. What is Dolly's plan for the general? What happens?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Charlie had a lot of issues with Lou in her youth. There were some flashbacks about Charlie's childhood including suffering through her father's marriages. Write an essay explaining Charlie's point of view regarding her childhood. What happened to Charlie? How did she act out? How did the experience change Charlie? Explain.
Essay Topic 2
Write a complete character description of Sasha. Include the character's physical, emotional, mental and spiritual state at various times in the book. Include Sasha's personal and professional information as well as the character's role in the story. What makes Sasha a compelling character? How could the character be improved?
Essay Topic 3
All of the characters in the book are connected in some way, albeit it often loosely. At times the connections might be difficult to find. Explain the connections of each character and why that character and his/her connections are a valid and integral part to the story.
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