Final Test - Hard
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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Emily reluctant to deal with in the beginning of this section, after the group realizes the twins have run away?
2. Which of the Tallis siblings does not seem to have any ambition or any direction to his/her life?
3. What does Briony grab in order to prove the story she is telling to the head inspector?
4. Who does Emily think might be suitable in terms of marrying Cecilia?
5. Who treats the inspectors in a condescending manner?
Essay Topic 1
Briony sticks to her story about Robbie and Lola, even though it's clear to the reader this might not be the right story.
Part 1: What does Briony think happened between Lola and Robbie?
Part 2: What does Lola think happened during this event?
Part 3: Why does Briony stick to her story? What might her motivations be? What might Briony gain from telling the story she tells to the police?
Essay Topic 2
The idea of a letter becomes an important plot point at several times in this story.
Part 1: List three instances in which a letter delivers an important message.
Part 2: Are there any instances in which a letter is used for a positive purpose? What are they?
Part 3: In today's times, could these messages be delivered by e-mail? Or is the structure of the letter crucial to its value and its worth? Does the actual format of the letter add to the meaning?
Essay Topic 3
Lies seem to be pervasive in this story, but they seem to be taken as truths or at least ignored for the sake of those involved.
Part 1: What is the lie that Mr. Tallis tells again and again?
Part 2: Why does Emily believe her husband's stories, or at least, why does she live with the lies?
Part 3: What are other lies that are told in this story, other than the one Briony tells about Robbie and Lola? What do these lies do to the characters and to the action of the story?
This section contains 359 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)