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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 does Mary say, when Allie asks if there is a way out of Everlost?
2. Where does Nick live?
3. What gets on the elevator with Allie on the ninety-eighth floor?
4. What does Allie write on her paper?
5. What food does Allie notice has a particularly nasty, jagged bite taken out of it?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Mary respond to Greensouls?
2. How does Nick think Mary will receive him, after he returns from the Haunter?
3. What does Lief tell Allie and Nick about the "others"?
4. What does Allie notice about the children living with Mary in the World Trade Center?
5. What happened when Mary went home after her death?
6. What does Allie find inside the Waldorf-Astoria?
7. What does Lief think about God?
8. What does the Haunter do to Nick, when Nick is unable to complete his task?
9. What reason does Johnnie-O give for asking Allie's name?
10. What causes the car accident?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Characters in Everlost gain and use power over each other. Discuss power in Everlost.
Part 1) How is power related to will in Everlost? How does a strong mind and will give a character power?
Part 2) How do characters in Everlost use their power over others, and how does this create conflict?
Part 3) What do characters in Everlost hope to gain using their power and strength of will? To what end do characters use power?
Essay Topic 2
Negotiation and bargaining is an important aspect of the way that characters with conflicting goals deal with each other. Particularly, Allie uses negotiation and bargaining to get help from characters with more power than she has. Choose three instances of discussion and bargaining in the novel. Discuss their importance and consequence.
Essay Topic 3
Discuss the states that Afterlights find themselves in during the novel. Choose an example of a character trying to explore and understand the external world, an example of a character exploring and changing his or her internal life, and an example of a character stuck in a "rut." Compare these three states, their causes, and consequences.
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