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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. She has compiled a list of how many things every girl should be able to do?
2. What does she also love not having to do?
3. When is this acceptable to do?
4. Why does Paris like her personal time?
5. Describe Paris' parents.
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Paris enjoy about "The Simple Life?"
2. Overall, what does Paris think about her life?
3. What else does Paris include in this chapter?
4. What does Paris wear to the premiere of "Blow?" Why does she wear this? What are her thoughts about it?
5. What jobs did Paris and Nicole have on their television show?
6. What descriptions are included in this chapter?
7. Who are Paris' music idols?
8. What does Paris enjoy reading?
9. Describe Paris' parents.
10. What does Paris think about her family, now that she is 23?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Paris starts off her book with a "how to" guide on being an heiress.
Part 1) What are several of the steps Paris mentions? Why would she include each of these steps?
Part 2) What is the purpose of Paris' book? What are readers supposed to get out of it?
Part 3) What does this guide reveal about Paris and other young inheritors of wealth?
Essay Topic 2
Paris' relationship with her sister Nicky appears to be an important constant in her ever-changing world.
Part 1) Describe Paris' relationship with her sister. Why is this relationship important?
Part 2) Is this type of relationship need more by celebrities than average people? Why or why not?
Part 3) Why is a constant important in one's life? What is the purpose of having something stay the same?
Essay Topic 3
Paris is very image-oriented.
Part 1) Why is she so image-oriented? From where did she learn to be so conscious of herself?
Part 2) Is this a healthy way to live? Why or why not?
Part 3) How does Paris reflect much of American society? How is her personality significant when looking at American society and society's view of itself.
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