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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 is the main difference between David and Jacques?
2. How does David feel about his attraction to Giovanni?
3. Where does David go with Giovanni, once the bar closes?
4. Where does Giovanni spend time apart from David?
5. In the future, when do Joey and David meet again?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the state of David's relationship with Hella when he meets Giovanni?
2. What details does David remember about his Aunt Ellen's appearance?
3. When David and Joey are swimming together, what is David's first hint that Joey may be attracted to him as well?
4. Why is Jacques concerned about Guillaume's love life?
5. In retrospect, what does Jacques regret regarding Giovanni?
6. What does Jacques think of Giovanni, upon first meeting him?
7. David decides that he will do what, when Hella returns?
8. What did David want from his relationship with his father?
9. After sleeping with Joey, what does David resolve regarding his sexual orientation?
10. In regards to Hella, what do David and Giovanni discuss prior to her return?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
When Giovanni is sentenced to death, David is haunted by the notion. Write an essay examining the different ways David attempts to come to terms with Giovanni's sentence and why David metaphorically projects that sentence upon himself.
Essay Topic 2
Upon Hella's return, David attempts to forget his experience with Giovanni in favor of a relationship with her. Write an essay examining David's motivation to share a relationship with Hella.
Essay Topic 3
David has a confusing relationship with Hella. Although he believes he feels love for her, he knows the relationship has no future. Analyze the various obstacles David and Hella would have to overcome in order to share an intimate, loving relationship.
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