Gone for Good Test | Final Test - Hard

Harlan Coben
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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. Whose name does Will hear Katy scream when she is attacked in Chapter 36?

2. Who finds access to security tapes for Will to use in Chapter 38?

3. Who does Nora reveal she met while living in Stockholm?

4. Where does Will meet up with Mr. Klein in Chapter 41?

5. Who stops by Will's apartment in Chapter 50?

Short Essay Questions

1. What is the nature of Squares and Wanda's conversations in Chapter 31?

2. What does Pistillo reveal to Will when he takes him to his sister's house?

3. How are Will's feelings about being in jail described in Chapter 38?

4. What does Will discover when he attends Sheila Roger's funeral?

5. How does John want Will to convene his brother to come out of hiding in Chapter 55?

6. What does Will discover when he watches surveillance tapes of Owen Enfield in Chapter 39?

7. What does Lieutenant Daniels call Will for in Chapter 30?

8. What does Squares reveal happened to him in the past that made him not want children?

9. What happens when Will goes to the Regina Hotel to look for his girlfriend?

10. How does Will prepare for a reunion with Ken at Camp Millstone?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Trust is an important theme presented in many parts of the book. Part 1.) Does Will appear to be an overly trusting person in the book and if so what repercussions must he deal with because of this? Part 2.) How does the author try and create a sense of trust in characters that should be viewed as untrustworthy, and what purpose might he have for doing this? Part 3.) What role does trust play in the revelation of the truth by the end of the book?

Essay Topic 2

Discuss the concept of grief that is presented in the book. How does the emotion of grief control characters like the Miller's and Klein's namely the older members of these families? What can we learn about the nature of grief by studying the actions of these characters?

Essay Topic 3

The concept of holding a grudge is an important topic addressed in the book. Part 1.) Which characters allow themselves to hold a grudge against others in the book and what is the purpose of these grudges? Part 2.) What can we learn about the nature of members of the Klein and Miller family based on the grudges they hold against others who have wronged them in the past? Part 3.) What negative repercussions come to those who hold grudges against others and what might they accomplish if they are able to overcome them?

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