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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. How long had the skull of the little girl been missing in Chicago before it was found?
2. Who is Sarah Logan?
3. Which pharoah's skull did Eve once work on?
4. In what type of case does the jewelry from Aldo arrive in?
5. To whom does Jane compare Trevor when she decides that she thinks he is a very handsome man?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Bartlett argue is Trevor's real reason for tracking Aldo?
2. What precautions does Trevor put into place to protect Jane in the vomitorium?
3. What does Trevor acknowledge to himself after he begins watching Jane from the woods?
4. What does Aldo phone to tell Jane after she makes her tour of the tunnels?
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. How does Jane respond to seeing Aldo enter the vomitorium?
8. In Jane's dream, what did Julius ask of Antonio, and what was his reaction?
9. Why does the family decide to stay in Professor Sontag's villa when they arrive to Italy?
10. What is Eve's reaction to the gift Aldo sends to Jane in the mail?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Throughout the text of the novel, Jane burgeons on an inappropriate relationship with the detective, Trevor. Explain what each character, both Jane and Trevor, stood to gain from this personal relationship, and then explain why Jane's parents, and others, found the relationship inappropriate.
Essay Topic 2
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 3
Eve spends a majority of the novel struggling with her role as a mother in both Bonnie and Jane's lives. Explain why Eve questioned her ability to be a good mother to her daughters, and then explain how she used Jane's situation to gain more confidence in her mothering abilities.
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