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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. Does Frank make money on the intern scheme?
2. How do the French police locate Frank?
3. What is Frank's sentence at Perpignan Prison?
4. What is Frank actually doing when FBI agent O'Riley shows up at the Boston jail to pick him up?
5. Where does Frank leave the checks and credit card receipts from his bank heist?
Short Essay Questions
1. When and why does Frank make an exception to his policy of never defrauding individuals?
2. Describe living conditions for prisoners at Perpignan Prison.
3. Why can't the American consulate intervene on Frank's behalf and get him out of Perpignan?
4. Why does O'Riley tell Bailey that it serves him right that Frank pays him with a check?
5. Why does Frank feel that he needs a flight crew?
6. Why does Frank decide to take his criminal activities to the next level, and steal more money than he is taking before?
7. How do you think Frank expects Rosalie to react when he tells her who he really is?
8. How does Frank rely on stereotypes to get away with his cons?
9. What is Frank's code of honor?
10. How does Frank get himself out of the Fulton County jail?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
In some ways, the plot of Catch Me If You Can is described as a spiral: the same series of events happens over and over. Describe the spiral of the plot. Use Frank's different cons to help with your analysis.
Essay Topic 2
Describe the research process Frank uses when he begins each new role. How is the process similar each time? How important do you think Frank's research is in keeping him from being caught? Explain your answer. Be sure to include the research Frank does on being a pilot, doctor, lawyer, and university professor.
Essay Topic 3
Compare and contrast the various prisons and jail cells in which Frank does time. Be sure to include Perpignan Prison, Malmo Prison, and the Fulton County Jail. How are these prisons similar? How are they different?
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