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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. How much does Red want for getting Marlowe inside the Montecito?
2. Which of the following statements does not describe what Marlowe sees inside the Montecito?
3. At the beginning of Chapter 26, where does Marlowe find the money that is missing from his wallet?
4. Whom does Marlowe demand to see inside the Montecito?
5. What does Lieutenant Randall accuse Marlowe of stealing?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Marlowe escape from his locked room in Chapter 26?
2. Discuss Marlowe's encounter with Dr. Sonderborg in Chapter 27 and what it indicates about Dr. Sonderborg's legitimacy as a physician.
3. Explain how Officer Olson is a red herring in Chapter 35.
4. In Chapter 33, what explanation does Sergeant Galbraith give for putting Marlowe into Sonderborg's hospital?
5. Why is Marlowe rejected by the bouncers for the Montecito?
6. What evidence is there in Chapter 21 that Jules Amthor is a fraud?
7. Where is Moose Malloy's murderer eventually found, and what is her ultimate fate in the novel?
8. What is Raymond Chandler saying about American literature through Marlowe's references to Hemingway in Chapter 24?
9. Who murders Moose Malloy in Chapter 39, and what is the motivation for the killing?
10. In Chapter 36, what information does Red give Marlowe about Laird Burnette, and what is the significance of the information to Marlowe's investigation?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Compare and contrast any three female characters in Farewell My Lovely. Cite examples from the text to support your arguments.
Essay Topic 2
A number of red herrings appear in Farewell My Lovely. Discuss at least three examples of red herrings from the novel.
Essay Topic 3
Compare and contrast the following secondary characters in the novel: Second Planting, Dr. Sonderberg, and Lindsay Marriott. Cite examples from the text to support your arguments.
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