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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 meal do Chen and Wang have together in Chapter 11?
2. What had the murdered woman eaten less than hour before her death?
3. Who told Guan to cut Lai Guojun out of her life?
4. The relationship between Yu and Chen is filled with ______.
5. What does Party Secretary Li Guoha suggest Chen do with the murder case?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is there tension between Chen and Yu?
2. What is Wu's alibi for the night of the murder, and why is it suspicious?
3. How does the murder victim's profession change the whole tone of the investigation?
4. When Chen returns to Guan's room to examine her photos, what does he notice?
5. What does Detective Yu learn about Guan through interviewing her co-workers and neighbors?
6. Who is Lai Guojun, and why did his relationship with Guan change?
7. What does Chen find when he returns to Guan's dormitory for the third time?
8. How can Wu's photography career be described?
9. What is Party Secretary Li Guoha's relationship to Chen, and what evidence is there of this relationship in Chapter 4?
10. What does Lu ask Chen for at the housewarming party, and what does Chen's response suggest about their relationship?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Conflicts are prevalent in "Death of a Red Heroine". Select two of the following types of conflict and compare/contrast an example of each from the book.
• Man vs. Man
• Man vs. Self
• Man vs. Society
• Man vs. Nature
• Man vs. Technology
Essay Topic 2
Chen and Yu are both very dedicated to solving the crime of Gun's death; however, they go about it in different ways. Compare and contrast Chen and Yu's approach to the case, investigation methods, and willingness to 'break the rules'.
Essay Topic 3
Compare and contrast the motives of any two of the following characters:
• Old Hunter
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