Everything, Everything Test | Final Test - Hard

Nicola Yoon
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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 Olly say his mother says love does in “This Time”?

2. At what time does Olly write "Goodnight Maddy" on the wndow glass in "Neighborhood Watch #2"?

3. What does Madeline use as a metaphor to describe her guilt in "Readmitted"?

4. Where does Carla tell Madeline she left in the middle of the night, leaving her parents and siblings in "Infected"?

5. What does Madeline say she named all the goldfish she bought in "Five Weeks A.D."?

Short Essay Questions

1. How is “Neighborhood Watch #2” structured and what is revealed in this chapter?

2. How does Madeline's mother respond to the email Madeline presents to her in “Protection"?

3. What does Madeline contemplate on Olly's rooftop in “The End is the Beginning is the End”?

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

5. What is Dr. Chase's assessment of Madeline's condition in “Beginnings and Endings”?

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

7. What is the metaphor that Olly describes in “The Carousel"?

8. How is Olly's friend Zach described in the narrative?

9. Why has Madeline chosen Hawaii as the destination she wants to escape to with Olly?

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

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Describe and discuss the methods by which Madeline studies architecture and other subjects. Who are her teachers? What subjects does she enjoy the most? Why?

Essay Topic 2

Describe and discuss the plot twist that occurs near the ending of Everything, Everything. What is revealed in the plot twist? How does this plot twist change the objectives of the protagonist and antagonist? What foreshadowing indicated this plot twist?

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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