Final Test - Hard
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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Of what does Franklin complain?
2. What does Eleanor convince Anna to try?
3. From what does Eleanor suffer?
4. Eleanor's initiatives in the areas of women and children's issues also include what?
5. With what does Eleanor align herself?
Essay Topic 1
Franklin's infidelity leads Eleanor into a pivotal point in her life.
Part 1) Describe Franklin's infidelity. How does it initially affect Eleanor? How does she deal with it?
Part 2) How is the statue by which she thinks act as a symbol? How does this statue help her heal?
Part 3) How does her life change during this time in her life? Why is it so pivotal?
Essay Topic 2
A theme of Eleanor's life is abandonment.
Part 1) How is this a theme? How was she abandoned throughout her life?
Part 2) How does this abandonment affect her personality? Why does it affect her personality?
Part 3) What decisions does she make in her life that remind the reader of the abandonment with which she has dealt? How do you know this?
Essay Topic 3
Eleanor hungers for intellectual stimulation.
Part 1) How long has she hungered for this? How does she feed this hunger?
Part 2) How do those with whom she holds intellectual conversations reflect her childhood and school experience?
Part 3) How does this need for intellectual growth cause conflict between her and Franklin? How does this conflict affect their marriage? Might there have been a remedy for this conflict? Why or why not?
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