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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. Who is Anita's boss at Animators, Inc.?
2. Which werewolf is so terrified of rotting vampires that memories of them make him cry in the shower in Chapter 21?
3. What burns Barnaby's arm in Chapter 18?
4. What affect does physical closeness have on wereleopards?
5. What is Jamil's relationship to Richard?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Anita jealous of Dr. Carrie Onslow?
2. What protects Charlotte from the demon in Chapter 45?
3. In Chapter 4, when Jamil tells Anita that, as a human, she can't hold her own against the non-humans she's about to meet, how does Anita prove she can take care of herself?
4. When she sees Richard in Tennessee, what does Anita discover about her feelings for him?
5. Describe the clothing and the weapons that Anita wears when going to meet Colin and his vampires.
6. How does Anita save Asher's life in Chapter 41 and how does her action affect her relationship with Asher?
7. What are munin and how does Anita use munin in her battle against Colin and his vampires in Chapter 20?
8. What is inside the basket Verne presents to Anita in Chapter 19 and what do the basket's contents indicate about werewolves?
9. Do Verne and his werewolves side with Colin or Anita when Anita clashes with Colin?
10. What is Anita's job and what is ironic about her job and her boyfriend?
Essay Topic 1
Compare and contrast the three master vampires in the novel: Jean-Claude, Asher, and Colin. Include a discussion of their relationships with Anita. Cite examples from the text to support your arguments.
Essay Topic 2
Discuss traditional vampire and werewolf lore and compare the world and lives of Laurell K. Hamilton's fictional vampires and werewolves with the legends and myths about these creatures.
Essay Topic 3
Laurell K. Hamilton uses foreshadowing throughout Blue Moon. Give at least three examples of foreshadowing from the novel and discuss how foreshadowing is used in each example to indicate events that came later in the story.
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