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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 Kelly's mother's name?
2. What does Diane do when Earl Greenburg tells her that her husband is dead?
3. Where had Richard taken Diane on a picnic the first night they made love?
4. How old is Kelly when her mother marries a man that drinks too much?
5. Where does Kelly spend long hours to avoid going home as a young woman?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do the two notes found on Richard Stevens' body reveal?
2. What happens when Andrew proposes to Princess?
3. What is Tanner doing in Washington D.C. in Chapter 11?
4. How does Diane react when she is asked to choose a suit for her husband to be buried in?
5. What does Tanner wish to do after Andrew wins a Nobel Prize?
6. What happens to Sonja Verbrugge after she receives a call from her husband to go to the Artesemia Hotel?
7. What happens to Gary Reynolds when he is flying a plane?
8. How is Diane and Richard's honeymoon suite described?
9. How did Tanner feel about Pauline when they first met?
10. What happens to Mark Harris after the men he's waiting for arrive at the observatory deck of the Eiffel Tower?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Examine the role of greed in the book. What about the author's portrayal of greed suggests his feelings on the implications of acting in such a way?
Essay Topic 2
Examine the role of investigation in the book. In what way does Diane take to the role as investigator, initially? How does investigation save Kelly and Diane in the book?
Essay Topic 3
One of the things that both Diane and Kelly must learn to do during their adventure is learn to accept the fate they were dealt.
Part 1.) How is Diane and Kelly's ability to find acceptance in their situation allow them to achieve their goals?
Part 2.) What would have been impossible for the women to accomplish had they not learned acceptance for their problems?
Part 3.) What might the author be saying about the importance of being able to accept your lot in life based on his depiction of Diane and Kelly?
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