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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. In Part 3, Chapter 29, who steals a van to help rescue a kidnapped friend?
2. Who gives birth in present day, in Part 2, Chapter 27?
3. Who figures out the treasure map, then digs to find it?
4. Which relative goes with Jubal when he leaves in Part 3, Chapter 34?
5. Where is the Cadillac the men have used along the journey as they make the drive to Atlanta?
Short Essay Questions
1. What case of mistaken identity does the drug cartel make on the mountain, and how do they act upon it?
2. How do the men meet a dancer on their way to Atlanta? What is the dancer's situation?
3. Explain Mr. Calhoun's complaint against Gates.How must Gates make amends?
4. Discuss the difference between Raleigh and Gates.
5. How has the adventurous scavenger hunt changed Raleigh?
6. Why was Raleigh's adventurous scavenger hunt orchestrated?
7. What does Raleigh learn that Jubal is doing and what is Jubal's response to Raleigh's request?
8. What does Mr. Calhoun insist upon even after receiving payment from Gates? Discuss the details, including why it is important to him.
9. Discuss the "massage parlor" that Mingo visits in Myrtle Beach.
10. Describe where Toutant lives. What does he say about his unusual surroundings and what is the truth about them?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What is the primary theme of Handling Sin? What is a motif from the novel? Discuss both, explaining the difference between a theme and motif in literature.
Essay Topic 2
What is the difference between conflict and crisis in a novel? How are they similar? Also, relate the differences and similarities specifically to Handling Sin.
Essay Topic 3
What is an antagonist? Discuss the antagonist of this novel in detail, relating the antagonist specifically to the type of conflict featured in Handling Sin.
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