Go Ask Alice Test | Final Test - Hard

Beatrice Sparks
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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 do Anonymous's parents force her to do as a result of her arrest?

2. Who does Anonymous say is coming to visit at the beginning of Part 6?

3. Who is Tom?

4. The narrator wonders how her younger brother would react if she:

5. What does Anonymous say that she wants the most in Part 6?

Short Essay Questions

1. What happens to Anonymous while she is planning her mother's surprise birthday party, and why is this significant?

2. Why was Anonymous committed to a psychiatric hospital?

3. Why do you think that Anonymous is still troubled, even though she has Joel to comfort and support her?

4. Who is Babbie, and what is notable about her?

5. What does Anonymous talk to Tim about at the beginning of Part 6, and how does Anonymous feel towards her brother afterward?

6. What happens to the narrator at school as a result of the babysitting incident?

7. What is significant about Anonymous's friendship with Fawn?

8. What does Anonymous give to her father for her birthday, and why do you think he is almost in tears when he receives that gift?

9. What does Anonymous have repeated visions of in Part 6, and what do you think these visions signify?

10. What role does Joel fill in Anonymous's life in Part 6?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Give examples of foreshadowing in Go Ask Alice. How and why is foreshadowing used in the narrative?

Essay Topic 2

In Part 2 of Go Ask Alice, the narrator compares herself to Alice from Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland series. Read a summary of Through the Looking Glass, then compare and contrast the narrator to Alice.

Essay Topic 3

The narrator describes her mother in two very different ways; sometimes as a loving parents, deserving of respect and admiration, and sometimes as extremely uncaring and frigid. Describe why you think the narrator feels this way about her mother, and what role this ambivalent relationship plays in the story.

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