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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 Rhiannon do as soon as A tells her about Kelsea's journal?
2. What does Rhiannon ask A's permission to do when she meets them as James at Clover Bookstore?
3. Who does A see in the hallways at school when they are inhabiting AJ?
4. What does A do with Justin that they really do not want to do while inhabiting Rhiannon?
5. What does Rhiannon tell A when they ask her to share something about herself that nobody knows?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does A find themselves so drawn to Rhiannon when they spend the day with her as Justin?
2. What does A include in the note that they leave Rhiannon when they are inhabiting her body?
3. What does A know so far about the nature of their lifestyle at the beginning of the novel?
4. What does A discover about the situation with Nathan while they are inhabiting Margaret Weiss?
5. Why does A feel jealous of Carrie when they are inhabiting Leslie Wong?
6. What does A do in order to get to Steve Mason's party when they are inhabiting Nathan?
7. Why does Rhiannon recognize A immediately when they visit her at school as Adam Cassidy?
8. What happens when A has dinner with Rhiannon and Justin?
9. How does A spend their day when they are inhabiting Valeria?
10. What happens to A after Steve's neighbors call the cops to shut down his party?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Write an essay analyzing the general rules that A has set for themselves in regard to living lives that are not their own. What are some of these rules, and why is A so adamant about adhering to them?
Essay Topic 2
Write an essay explaining the significance of A's email accounts. Why do they hold such value for A, and in what ways are they more than simply channels for communication?
Essay Topic 3
A steps into the body of a different person every day, with no family, friends, or personal history to claim as their own. How does the experience of being different every day shape the way A sees and understands the world around them?
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