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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 was her first coherent thought about when Stephanie had realized what had happened?
2. What does Eddie try to do?
3. What was this clue hidden in?
4. What did Stephanie think about Helen Badijian?
5. How many days could a senior eat off of a meal at the Silver Dollar?
Short Essay Questions
1. How was Kuntz different than in the last few times Stephanie had seen him?
2. What things did Stephanie learn from the 7-Eleven?
3. Where did Stephanie's mother say his father had been?
4. Who was Terry Grizolli?
5. Why does Stephanie think that Morelli is the one with the psychotic girlfriend?
6. What was really choking Stephanie up while she sat outside Morelli's place?
7. What is the difference between Stephanie and Lula and car shopping?
8. Why couldn't Stephanie leave Lula behind?
9. What ways did Ranger suggest getting rid of Joyce, and in what way did he succeed?
10. Why wasn't the collection of a home a good idea to make good on the bond?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss the writing style of Janet Evanovich. How do the clues in this book lead the reader to understand what's happening and what's going on? Could you predict the end of the novel from the beginning? In either case, rate the novel.
Essay Topic 2
What about Morelli makes him attractive to other women? What makes him attractive to Stephanie? Why is he not as attractive to Lula? How is he created to be the hero of the novel, and what does his character suggest about Stephanie's appearance?
Essay Topic 3
What kind of things get Stephanie really bummed out? In what way would you consider this a normal reaction to circumstances? In which ways should she be grateful at this point for the way her life is progressing? How does her getting down and out make her a more rounded character?
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