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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 Lieutenant Randall find when he goes to Dr. Sonderborg's house in Chapter 31?
2. How does Red get Marlowe into the Montecito?
3. Which of the following statements does not describe Red?
4. Who tells Marlowe to avoid the Royal Crown?
5. What kind of car does Second Planting drive at the beginning of Chapter 21?
Short Essay Questions
1. Discuss Marlowe's meeting with Chief Wax in Chapter 32 and what it indicates about both the chief and the Bay City police department.
2. Explain how Red manages to get Marlowe onto the Montecito in Chapter 37.
3. Who murders Moose Malloy in Chapter 39, and what is the motivation for the killing?
4. What does the fact that Marlowe goes to Anne Riordan's home after he escapes form Dr. Sonderborg's sanitarium indicate about his relationship with Anne?
5. In what ways is Marlowe's relationship with Lieutenant Randall a successful collaboration with the police?
6. In Chapter 25, what evidence indicates to Marlowe that he has been drugged?
7. Explain how Officer Olson is a red herring in Chapter 35.
8. Who does Marlowe see reading a newspaper in Chapter 26, and what does this person's presence indicate about Amthor and the two policemen who escorted Marlowe out of Amthor's house?
9. In Chapter 36, what information does Red give Marlowe about Laird Burnette, and what is the significance of the information to Marlowe's investigation?
10. In Chapter 37, Red asks more than once if he may accompany Marlowe onto the Montecito, but Marlowe says that he prefers to do this alone. Discuss another example of Marlowe's desire to do things on his own and remain a loner in the novel.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss the subplots in the novel. Explain how each subplot relates to the main plot and how it contributes to characterization in the novel. Cite examples from the text to support your arguments.
Essay Topic 2
Farewell My Lovely contains a number of instances of irony. Cite at least three examples of irony in the novel and discuss what you think the author intends to convey with each example.
Essay Topic 3
A number of red herrings appear in Farewell My Lovely. Discuss at least three examples of red herrings from the novel.
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