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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. What is Richard's profession?
2. Who does Sheriff Wilkes want to arrest in Chapter 7 when Anita, Jason, and Shang-Da are attacked?
3. For what are the Lesser Smokey Mountain Trolls being blamed in Chapter 9?
4. When Damian pulls away from Nathaniel at the end of Chapter 13, what does Anita see on his lip?
5. Which vampire is Colin's second in command?
Short Essay Questions
1. When she sees Richard in Tennessee, what does Anita discover about her feelings for him?
2. What is Anita's relationship with werewolf Richard Zeeman?
3. In Chapter 17, what ability does Anita have to summon Richard?
4. In Chapter 18, why can Anita not take retribution against Colin for the attack on Nathaniel?
5. Who is Mira, what is her role in the attack on Nathaniel, and what does Anita's comment about what she'd like done to Mira foreshadow?
6. In Chapter 14, why does Damian begin to rot, and why is Anita the only one who can save his life?
7. In Chapter 10, what new abilities and sensations does Anita discover in herself due to her bond with Jean-Claude?
8. Describe the clothing and the weapons that Anita wears when going to meet Colin and his vampires.
9. Do Verne and his werewolves side with Colin or Anita when Anita clashes with Colin?
10. What have the trolls been falsely accused of and why is someone wanting to get the trolls off their land?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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 2
Compare and contrast Verne and Richard, the two Ulfrics or werewolf pack leaders. Cite examples from the text to support your arguments.
Essay Topic 3
Blue Moon takes place in the present in Tennessee and St. Louis in an alternate reality in which vampires, werewolves, and trolls are real. Discuss how the geographical and chronological settings affect the story and how the characters and story might differ if Laurell K. Hamilton had set the novel in another era or in a world in which vampires and werewolves are real but are thought to be mere myths and legends. Cite examples from the text to support your arguments.
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