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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. After dinner with Abby and Conner, where do they drop Claire off?
2. Who do Massie and Alicia think that the grey-haired woman at Conner's house is?
3. What does Conner's mother bring to the girls?
4. Why does the security guard allow Massie and Alicia through?
5. What does Claire tell "Teen Vogue" about her crush?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Massie sabotage Claire's relationship with Cam?
2. How does Claire show that she respects Massie's and Alicia's comfort?
3. What job does Massie end up getting?
4. Why are Alicia and Massie laughingstocks?
5. What are some possible negative consequences of the photos in the magazine?
6. What efforts does Massie make to do a successful interview?
7. Why does Cam get confused by a magazine article about Claire?
8. What are Claire's dinner plans?
9. What happened at the dance?
10. Why is "The Daily Grind" dissatisfied with Massie and Alicia?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What is a true friend?
1. What are qualities that describe a true friend?
2. Give an example from the book of a character who is a true friend. How does this character show his or her value as a friend?
3. Friendships can often grow as a result of adversity. Give an example of a friendship in the book that experiences adversity. Does this lead to growth in the friendship?
Essay Topic 2
"Catharsis" refers to a release of built-up emotion. Often, catharsis might provoke laughter, crying, or relief in the audience. Characters can experience catharsis, and often this coincides with the audience also experiencing catharsis vicariously.
1. How does Claire experience catharsis? What leads to her catharsis? What is the result?
2. Did you experience any catharsis while reading this novel? Why or why not?
3. Do other characters besides Claire experience catharsis? Describe their experience.
Essay Topic 3
Many formulaic stories feature a hero struggling against a villain.
1. Who is the hero in this story? How can you tell? What is so important about the role of the hero?
2. Who is the villain? Is there a real villain in this story? What do they do that is villainous?
3. Are there characters who seem to be both a hero and a villain? Which aspects of these characters are heroic, and which aspects are villainous?
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