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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 does Pinkie say on the recording he makes for Rose in Part 6, Chapter 2?
2. Who is with Ida at the restaurant in Part 4, Chapter 2?
3. Where does Crab go after talking to Cubitt?
4. How does Mr. Prewitt's wife respond to Pinkie's knocking on the door in Part 7, Chapter 3?
5. What information does Pinkie receive at the end of Part 7, Chapter 5?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Crab explain Colleoni's hiring procedures to Cubitt?
2. What is Rose's response when Pinkie informs her of his doubt about their marriage?
3. What is Cubitt's reaction to Pinkie's admission to killing Spicer?
4. What note does Pinkie find from Rose and what does he do with it?
5. Where is Pinkie as Ida talks with Rose in Part 7, Chapter 2, and how does Rose tell him about Ida's visit?
6. Why does Pinkie visit Mr. Prewitt in Part 7, Chapter 3?
7. What assurance does Rose give to Pinkie in Part 7, Chapter 4?
8. What information does Ida receive from Cubitt during their conversation?
9. How is Cubitt described in Part 6, Chapter 1?
10. Where and how does Pinkie tell Rose about his plan in Part 7, Chapter 7?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Compare and contrast the worlds of Ida and Pinkie, including an analysis of their situations and supporters, the paths they have taken, and examples of the effect that their decisions have had on the story.
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the use of imagery in literature, including three examples of imagery in the book, and the effect they have in supporting the scenes, the moods of the characters, and their surroundings.
Essay Topic 3
Greene's approach to a murder mystery influences the type of novel that Brighton Rock is.
1) Describe the techniques used in the beginning of the book to introduce the characters and the main plot.
2) Explain the effect that the structure of the book has on the story itself.
3) Analyze Greene's writing style, its effectiveness, and the possible reasons for his approach.
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