Everything, Everything Test | Final Test - Hard

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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. During what hours does Madelie have dinner and hang out with her mother, according to the schedule in "Neighborhood Watch #2"?

2. What book is summarized with the phrase “You don’t exist if no one can see you” (246) in "Life is Short"?

3. What does Madeline order for the sun room in "Five Weeks A.D."?

4. When is the email dated that Madeline receives in "For My Eyes Only"?

5. What does Madeline say her doctor advices in "One Week A.D."?

Short Essay Questions

1. What is the significance of the title of “After the Death Of”?

2. What does Madeline write to her mother in “Good-bye”?

3. Why does Madeline come to envy Olly's life in “Higher Education"?

4. How does Carla respond when she sees Madeline and Olly at her home? Why?

5. What does Carla observe outside the window when the truck is heard in “Reunion”?

6. How does Madeline perceive her union with Olly in “All the Words”?

7. What are some of the plot holes seen in Madeline's escape with Olly to Hawaii?

8. What sensations does Madeline experience when she awakens in “The End”?

9. How is Madeline and Olly's hotel room described in “Reward if Found”?

10. How does Madeline go about convincing Olly to run away with her to Hawaii?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Discuss the author's use of irony in Everything, Everything. What are examples of dramatic irony in the novel? What are examples of verbal irony? How does the author employ situational irony? What purpose does each example serve?

Essay Topic 2

Discuss the theme of coming of age in Everything, Everything. How does the author develop this theme through characters? How is the theme developed through setting, symbolism, and imagery?

Essay Topic 3

Describe and discuss Dr. Paula Whittier in Everything, Everything. How would you characterize Dr. Whittier's relationship with her daughter? What is revealed about Dr. Whittier's character as the story progresses? Would you consider Dr. Whittier to be a protagonist or antagonist in the story? Why?

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