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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 kind of paper is all around Alexander Lin's room?
2. What does Rhiannon say about the status of her relationship with Justin when A is in Vic's body?
3. Where does A meet Nathan when they are Kasey?
4. What is the name of Zara's girlfriend?
5. What happens with Rhiannon kisses A while they are inhabiting George's body?
Short Essay Questions
1. What game does A and Rhiannon play in the grocery story when A is Alexander?
2. Why does A decide to say goodbye to Rhiannon while they are inhabiting Alexander?
3. Why does Rhiannon ask for another fortune cookie at the Chinese restaurant she goes to with A, and what does it say?
4. Who does A meet up with when they are inhabiting Kasey, and what happens?
5. Why does A refuse to go to Hawaii when they wake up as Michael?
6. Where does A meet Rhiannon on the day that they are inhabiting Xavier Adams?
7. What word does A accidentally utter at the end of the date with Dawn?
8. What surprise does A put together for Amelia for when she gets out of basketball practice?
9. Why does A give Alexander's parents a gift on the morning they wake up in his body?
10. Why does meeting up with Rhiannon prove to be a tricky feat on the day that A wakes up as George?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
A is confronted by Reverend Poole while inhabiting the body of Ainsley Mills. What does A learn from Reverend Poole, and what role does this information play in A's decisions throughout the rest of the novel?
Essay Topic 2
Every Day is categorized as a piece of coming-of-age young adult fiction. Analyze how the author incorporates and develops coming-of-age narrative conventions throughout the novel.
Essay Topic 3
Write an essay in which you analyze the various uses of symbolism the author uses in the novel. Be sure to include how these uses of symbolism strengthen the novel’s most prominent themes (such as belonging or self-acceptance.)
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