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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 is Crystal impatient with this man?
2. When the time comes for Lottie and her family to leave, what does she do?
3. Every week while Lila did these tasks, what did he do?
4. Has Ruthie ever experienced something like this before?
5. What does this stranger give the couple?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Evelyn think about her father's garden? Describe this garden.
2. How does Lottie's story end?
3. After her escape, what does Ruthie plan to do? Is her plan successful?
4. How can Higgs relate to Potiphar's wife?
5. What are some reasons for why Lot's wife looked back?
6. What happens in Evelyn's story when Adam arrives?
7. From whom does Higgs learn?
8. Hayden tells Ruthie to get over in the car, her new car, so that he can drive. Ruthie slides across the seat, but puts a hand on the door handle. She shoves the door open and tumbles out.
9. What does Crystal have to say about her ex-husbands and current boyfriend?
10. How does Evelyn meet Devin?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Michal loved David.
Part 1) Why is this a problem? Does he love her? Why or why not?
Part 2) How do the acts of another affect Michal's relationship with David? Are the emotions felt by two people truly just between these two and affected by the feelings and actions of only these two? Why or why not?
Part 3) What can be learned from Michal's story? What can one understand about God's love and the love one has for God?
Essay Topic 2
Higgs reminds the reader that God loves her.
Part 1) How does this book support this statement?
Part 2) What can the reader do with this knowledge?
Part 3) What might be the purpose in reading this book? How can one benefit from it? Have you benefited from it? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 3
Women can learn from the woman at the well.
Part 1) What takes place in this story? What is surprising about this story? Why?
Part 2) What can be learned from this story? How can you relate to this woman and her story?
Part 3) How does this type of attitude towards others exist today? How have you witnessed it?
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