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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. Where did Guilia die?
2. How does Jane witness Aldo entering the vomitorium?
3. In Jane's dream, who tells Cira to jump away from the molten lava?
4. How does Jane lure Aldo out of the shadows of the vomitorium?
5. Where does Eve take Jane so that she can show off her ring?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Trevor acknowledge to himself after he begins watching Jane from the woods?
2. In Jane's dream, what did Julius ask of Antonio, and what was his reaction?
3. How does Aldo lure the police away from Jane, and what is Joe's response?
4. How did Bartlett and Trevor come to be partners?
5. What happens when Trevor wakes Jane up after she has fallen asleep on the porch swing?
6. How does the couple react when Trevor finally reaches out and strokes Jane's cheek?
7. What does Bartlett argue is Trevor's real reason for tracking Aldo?
8. What precautions does Trevor put into place to protect Jane in the vomitorium?
9. Why does Trevor purchase a statue of Cira from a dealer?
10. Who is Guilia, and how did Eve come into contact with her?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
All three of the main female characters in this novel, Eve, Jane, and Cira, have trust issues with the men in their lives. Compare / contrast the relationships between these three women and their men, and then explain how trust has become an issue in each of the relationships.
Essay Topic 2
In the novel, Jane is seventeen years old and just beginning to realize her own sexuality. Compare / contrast the worries that Jane has about men in the beginning of the novel and the end of the novel. Then explain how Jane's relationship with Trevor prompted her emotional and romantic transition from girlhood to womanhood.
Essay Topic 3
Aldo's pattern of murder differed during each of his killings. Choose two of Aldo's victims and explain how each of their murders gave the reader deeper insight into Aldo's character and what his true desires toward women were.
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