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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 locates O'Connor's flight in Chapter 12, what is done?
2. Which one of the following stops was not on Gann's route to Chabua, Assam?
3. What is the name of the pilot that Gann meets toward the end of the novel who holds seniority number 1?
4. What does Gann note "saved the day" when his Douglas C-54 has technical issues, causing a potentially life threatening situation?
5. How many men does Gann note it takes to fly the C-87?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does O'Connor's flight from Goose Bay crash-land?
2. Which route does Gann return to after his leave of absence, and what does he do there?
3. What does Gann learn kept his flight safe on the way from Honolulu to Burbank despite the fact that they were missing a critical piece of equipment?
4. The British Air Force tells Gann his flight was in danger as they approached Iceland. Why were they in danger?
5. What is the weather situation during Gann's emergency landing back to Steensville? What does Gann do to land the plane?
6. What happens on Gann's flight from San Francisco to Honolulu, causing the plane to have to stop the flight and return to San Francisco?
7. How does Gann describe his flights from California to Honolulu with the new airline he flies for?
8. What emergency causes Gann to have to land his plane on his flight from Steensville?
9. Descibe Gann's sketchy takeoff scenario as he begins his flight on a C-54 for a long-haul mission.
10. Who is Dudley, and what is Gann's impression of him?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
We have studied the literary terms of protagonist and antagonist. Please define what a protagonist and antagonist are. Provide an example of each, and discuss the relationship between the two that causes one to be the protagonist of the story and the other to be an antagonist in the story.
Essay Topic 2
Do a character analysis of Gann answering the following questions: what was Gann's role in the book; what was Gann like at the beginning of the novel; what was he like at the end of the novel; what changes (if any) took place in Gann as a character; and what actions, incidents, and so forth caused Gann to change?
Essay Topic 3
Setting is an important piece of a literary work. What is a setting? Why is setting essential to a novel? Explain why setting is important in "Fate Is the Hunter," and provide an example of the use of a setting in this novel.
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