Bright and Morning Star Test | Final Test - Hard

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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Sue learn?

2. How does Booker make Sue give up resistance?

3. What does Sue decide to do?

4. What does Sue tell her friend?

5. What does Sue want after she and Reva have talked awhile?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Sue senses that this will be the last opportunity she will have to spend time with her son, she says "to see him now was to say good-bye. But it was a good-bye she knew she could never say; they were not that way toward each other." From this, we can surmise that, while Sue may not outwardly demonstrate her love for her son, it nonetheless exists.

1. Why do you think Sue and her son are unable to demonstrate their love for each other? Use examples from your experience or knowledge to support your answer.

2. How does your family express love to each other? Use examples to support your answer.

3. Do you think it is better that family members show their love for each other or is it too difficult to do? Why or why not?

Essay Topic 2

When Sue tells one of the men that she is sure her son will eventually be killed, the man tells her that his life can be spared if he gives them the names of his comrades. Sue replies that she knows her son will not do this and so she is prepared for his death.

1. How did you respond to Sue's handling of this part of the situation?

2. Do you think this behavior on Sue's part is realistic in the real world? Why or why not?

3. If your child's life was at stake what would you do in Sue's position?

Essay Topic 3

The fact that the story takes place on a cold, rainy night is significant in that it represents the despair that Sue has endured thus far in her life. It also serves to create an ominous feeling that almost instantly gives the reader a sense that the story is not going to have a good outcome.

1. When you read the description of the weather at the beginning of the story did you have a sense of what the end might hold? Explain why or why not.

2. Do you think the weather was a type of foreshadowing? Why or why not?

3. Explain an ending to the story you might have expected if the beginning of the story had taken place on a warm, sunny day.

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