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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. When Gann co-pilots on other routes, he sometimes flies a DC-3. How does Gann view the DC-3's flying capabilities?
2. What does Gann say that he is stalked by?
3. Midway through the novel, which dangerous disease does Gann become stricken with?
4. Heavy with fuel and equipment, what is the mph Gann's plane averages on the way to Greenland?
5. What are Gann and his co-pilot looking for by following the river through the jungles of South America?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Gann spend his trans-Atlantic flight?
2. Briefly describe McIntosh and his teaching style.
3. What are some responsibilities that Gann will be doing while flying at Newark?
4. How does Gann describe Ross?
5. What is Gann's view of his promotion to pilot?
6. What happened on Gann's flight with Hughen to Nashville that could have nearly killed them?
7. What does Gann learn about Ross' childhood?
8. How does Gann handle the landing at Syracuse?
9. What was Gann's responsibility as a co-pilot when they landed at Wilkes-Barre?
10. How does Gann seem to feel about this seniority number?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
You have learned about tone and mood. Please define both tone and mood. What are the differences? What are the similarities? What is one example of each that you can recall from "Fate Is the Hunter." Please make sure to list what has set the tone or mood in the example you are providing. How do tone and mood affect the story?
Essay Topic 2
Gann interacts with several characters throughout this novel. Choose one of the characters that Gann interacts with, and provide a short description of the relationship between Gann and this character. Why was this relationship important to the story? What role did this relationship play in Gann's life and, therefore, the novel?
Essay Topic 3
This story has a large cast of minor or supporting characters. Choose three minor characters that you enjoyed the most. Provide a brief summary of each character, and note what his role was in relation to the main character. Why was this minor character important to the story or life of the main character?
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