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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. Where does Kinsey go after returning Royce to the motel after Bailey's escape?
2. What does Bailey's lawyer do while Kinsey talks to him?
3. What does Kinsey find out had happened to Tap after he went to the bathroom?
4. Kinsey has to live with Henry Pitts while her place is being renovated. Who is Henry?
5. Why does Kinsey feel uneasy about Henry Pitts?
Short Essay Questions
1. After losing her phone connection with Bailey, who calls Kinsey? What is the result of this call?
2. Kinsey finally gets a chance to meet Shana Timberlake, Jean's mother. Where does she meet her and what are the circumstances?
3. After Royce is taken to the hospital, Kinsey has tea with Ann and finds out about her unhappy childhood. When Kinsey goes to her room for the night, what does she discover? How is the situation handled?
4. After visiting the Eucalyptus Mineral Springs spa, Kinsey returns to the pool hall. What does she find out what happened to Tap after their conversation the night before?
5. What events happen in the courtroom soon after everyone is waiting for Bailey's case to be called?
6. As a result of his first experience with the justice system, what did Bailey decide to do when he was charged with Jean's death? What was the result of this?
7. In Chapter 10, Kinsey visits with one of Jean's old classmates. Who was it and what did she find out?
8. Where does Kinsey live and what are her current living conditions?
9. Kinsey heads to San Luis Obispo. Who does she go to see there? How is she received at his office? What surprising detail does he tell her at the end of their visit?
10. Who hires Kinsey Millhone at the beginning of F is for Fugitive? What will Kinsey be paid to do?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Explain what foreshadowing is and how it is used in F is for Fugitive, citing three examples that you believe are examples of foreshadowing. Each example must come from a different scene in the book. Explain how each example relates to the outcome of the novel.
Essay Topic 2
Rising action in a story or novel leads up to the climax. It is usually composed of conflict of some sort that will ultimately lead to a climax in the story. List five examples where Grafton introduces conflict into the rising action to lead the story to a climax.
Essay Topic 3
Define the genre of mystery novel in fictional writing. List four elements that make up the typical mystery novel. Using examples, show how F is for Fugitive is typical of a mystery novel. Give two examples of how another novel in the same genre could differ from the structure or elements that Sue Grafton, the author, used.
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