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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. Who taught Jack to lucid dream?
2. How does Ally react to the big news her mother shares with her in "Ally 4," regarding the future of the campground?
3. What does Bree refer to the campground as in "Bree 3"?
4. At the beginning of "Ally 4," what is Ryan more interested in, much to Ally's surprise?
5. How much older or younger than Ally is the friend she is looking forward to seeing in "Ally 3"?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are the six unusual activities available to campers at Moon Shadow?
2. As Jack's mother drops him off with Mr. Silver to attend the camp, what does Mr. Silver have for Jack?
3. In "Bree 3," how does Bree react to her parents discussing the big move they are about to make?
4. In "Bree 2," what are Bree and Clair doing at the mall?
5. In her first essay, how does Ally describe where she lives?
6. What bombshell do Bree's parents drop on her when they pick her and Clair up from the community center?
7. What new fact about Mr. Silver does Jack learn on the bus, and how does Jack react to this new information?
8. What does Ally wear around her neck, and what is the history behind it?
9. How does Bree react when she first notices Ryan?
10. What happens to a six-year-old boy in "Bree 4" and how does Ally react?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Every Soul A Star uses a traditional narrative perspective (first person) in an unusual way - split between three main characters. Discuss how the author does this and determine whether it is done effectively. Does it help or hinder the story? Explain.
Essay Topic 2
What is the climax of Every Soul A Star? How can you recognize this moment as the climax? How does each main character react to this climax?
Essay Topic 3
There is more than one set of character foils in Every Soul A Star. Describe one set of character foils, thoroughly explaining why they are foils and what they help readers learn about their foil.
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