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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. Kinsey was was not happy about what she found on the Eucalyptus Mineral Springs' property. Why?
2. The doctor at the spa calls his wife into his office after Kinsey begins asking questions. What is her name?
3. What does Rick specifically tell Kinsey about Jean's last night?
4. What staff members did Jean see a lot of during her last year of school?
5. What does Tap Granger's widow tell Kinsey about the gun he had at the courthouse?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who shows up when Kinsey was visiting Joleen Granger? What does he tell Kinsey?
2. What does the man who headed the Baptist youth group tell Kinsey about the Reverend Haws? How does he know this?
3. The night of Kinsey's attack at the spa she goes to the pool hall. Who does she talk with there? What does Kinsey learn?
4. Who shows up when Kinsey is eating with someone after she is attacked at the spa? What is that person's attitude towards Kinsey?
5. Before phoning Shana and Dr. Dunne's office, Kinsey had left the room to avoid seeing Ann give Ori an injection. When she is finished her calls, what happens? What is the result of this?
6. When Kinsey goes back to the motel after talking to members of a local family at the pool hall, who does she run into? What does this person tell her?
7. What happens at the end of Chapter 24 that sends Kinsey racing back to the motel?
8. The morning after she receives a threatening phone call, what does Kinsey overhear at the local diner?
9. At the beginning of Chapter 21, Kinsey phones both Shana and Dr. Dunne's office. What does she want to know? Is she successful?
10. Kinsey is woken up during the night after meeting with members of a local family at the pool hall. What wakes her up and what is the result of this?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Explain how dialogue in fiction serves as a device to enhance:
Give one example from F is for Fugitive that illustrates each of these elements.
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
Ann Fowler is presented as an antagonist in F is for Fugitive. Why did the author choose to keep this hidden from the reader until very near the end of the novel? Explain how the author presents Ann in a negative light, giving four examples. Choose one example that might give the reader a hint of Ann's role in the novel?
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