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The Five People You Meet in Heaven Test | Mid-Book Test - Hard

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Mid-Book Test - Hard

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This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. What causes malfunction to the cable holding the Freddie Fall car in place?



2. What is the new ride at Ruby Pier?



3. What does Eddie hear once he dies?



4. How does Eddie feel about the safety of Ruby Pier?



5. What birthday does Eddie celebrate in Chapter Five?



Short Essay Questions

1. Eddie no longer feels any pain. Why might his loss of pain be significant to being in Heaven?



2. What is Eddie's role in the death of the Blue Man?



3. At this point, Albom has shown the reader a span of seventy-five years in only ten, short chapters. How is Albom's storytelling effective?



4. How does Eddie's time spent on the Pier save him during the war?



5. In Chapter Seven, how does Mitch Albom use suspense to propel the action?



6. What was Eddie's relationship like with his father?



7. What are the first images the reader gets of Ruby Pier?



8. Discuss the significance of Albom's use of color in Chapter Two?



9. Discuss the significance of the title of Chapter Three, "The Arrival".



10. Why does Ruby know all of the details of Eddie's father?



Essay Topics

The theme of childhood innocence clearly plays an essential role in this novel as related to the life of the protagonist. Identify several examples of how childhood innocence helps to teach Eddie about the importance of his own life.

Albom changes the setting many times throughout the novel, but Ruby Pier remains as the main focus. Discuss how the Ruby Pier of Eddie's childhood, the Ruby Pier of the past, and the Ruby Pier of the present serve as effective settings for the novel.

Many themes are seen throughout the novel. Three that are most prevalent include: forgiveness, acceptance, and the importance of love in a person's life. Using the three aforementioned themes as points in your response, highlight what you have learned about these themes as used in the novel.

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