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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 Titus accuse Violet of doing?
2. What is Titus able to monitor from his feed?
3. What does Violet think Quendy's lesions represent?
4. What does Titus note a hologram looks like?
5. What becomes the newest fashion?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain why Titus enjoys Violet so much.
2. Explain why Titus is confused as he and Violet sit in her house, and she talks of all the things she wants to do.
3. Describe Violet's father.
4. Explain how Link received his name.
5. Describe what Quendy has done to her body, and why.
6. What does Violet tell Titus in the upcar on the way to her house, and why is this important?
7. Explain what Quendy means when she chastises Titus in '86.5%'
8. Explain why Loga and Calista are mean to Violet in 'The Real Thing'.
9. Explain what happens during Spin the Bottle.
10. Explain what Violet tells Titus about Central America, and what he hears on the radio.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Violet's father feels very differently about the world than other individuals. Discuss Violet's father. Why is he different than other parents? What is his primary goal? Why does he home school Violet? What effect does this have on her? What is his passion? Why does he choose to speak as he does? Who does he blame at the end of the novel for the death of his daughter, and why?
Essay Topic 2
Violet and Quendy are two of the females in the novel, and are very different from one another. Their differences explain much about the characters, and their lives in the novel. Choose one of the following topics to discuss.
1) Compare and contrast Violet and Quendy. How are they the same? How are they different? Include examples from the book.
2) Why do you think Quendy and Violet are so drastically different from one another? Be sure to include information from the book.
Essay Topic 3
The language used by the author in the novel is definitely different than in other novels. What do you think the author was trying to achieve with this language? Do you think the language helps convey the concepts of teenage life, or do you think it detracts from the novel?
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