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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. Who gets shot on the mountain in Part 3, Chapter 29?
2. How does the drug cartel identify Gates, Raliegh and Mingo?
3. Where does Earley take the friends when they arrive in Part 3, Chapter 31?
4. Who sings in the jazz combo formed in Part 3, Chapter 33?
5. What kind of revival do Raleigh, Gates and Mingo attend in Part 2, Chapter 20?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is ironic when Raleigh abandons his golf cart at the mountain?
2. How does Billie's life change after the gathering in New Orleans?
3. What one certainty does Raleigh understand about religion and what personal experience helped build that belief?
4. Why is Gates' excuse for the estate owners whose private driveway he enters important to the men's adventure?
5. What mistake does Mingo make at the Myrtle Beach hotel that tips off Mr. Calhoun to Gates' whereabouts. Who else does it tip off, and why are they searching for Gates?
6. What case of mistaken identity does the drug cartel make on the mountain, and how do they act upon it?
7. Explain the prison escape that occurs as a result of the tent revival that Raleigh, Gates and Mingo visit.
8. How does Raleigh spend his time in Charlotte and what lead does he find?
9. As Raleigh tries to gather everyone to leave Charlotte, where is Gates and what is he doing?
10. Discuss the "massage parlor" that Mingo visits in Myrtle Beach.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Raleigh was instructed to "collect" two people as part of his scavenger hunt. Who were they and what importance did they have?
Essay Topic 2
Name and discuss the items Raleigh was instructed to collect on his scavenger hunt. Write about the purpose of each.
Essay Topic 3
Identify and discuss three points of foreshadowing from the novel. Did the author use foreshadowing effectively? Why or why not? Define foreshadowing in your essay as well.
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