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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 the narrator discover in Part 3 that briefly makes her happy?
2. To what drug does Richie introduce Anonymous in Part 3?
3. Why is the main character somewhat excited about moving?
4. What about the family atmosphere makes Anonymous happy in Part 4?
5. Near what college do Chris and Anonymous open their shop?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the significance of Anonymous's relationship with Mr. Mellani?
2. What purpose do the descriptions of Tim and Alexandria's experiences at school serve?
3. Why does Anonymous begin to regret sleeping with Bill?
4. What kind of people hang out at Chris and Anonymous's boutique, and why does this disturb them?
5. What Christmas carol lyric does Anonymous relate to at the end of Part 4, and why is this important?
6. Briefly describe the evolution of Anonymous and Richie's relationship in Part 3.
7. Why do you think Chris and Anonymous don't share the real reasons that they ran away to San Francisco?
8. Why do Chris and the narrator decide to return home?
9. Explain what significant event happens at Sheila's party , and what effect this event has on Chris and Anonymous.
10. Why does the narrator begin to have trouble sleeping in Part 3?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Loneliness is a strong factor in why the narrator acts and thinks as she does. Why do you think that narrator is so lonely? How does this loneliness influence her actions throughout the story?
Essay Topic 2
Prepare a detailed analysis of attitudes and new developments regarding psychiatry in the 1970s, and, based on your research, describe whether you think that the narrator's experience in a psychiatric hospital was a typical one.
Essay Topic 3
Give examples of foreshadowing in Go Ask Alice. How and why is foreshadowing used in the narrative?
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