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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. Where does Paige sit to draw her portraits of Nicholas' patients?
2. What is the name of the pediatric specialist who diagnoses Max in Part 3?
3. What reward does Dr. Saget give Paige for her artwork?
4. Whose house does Paige follow Nicholas to when she thinks he is taking Max to daycare?
5. When Paige rushes downstairs on a hunch that something is wrong with Max, who is standing at the Prescott's door waiting for her?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Nicholas feel when he discovers Paige with Max at his parents' house?
2. What is May's reaction when Paige tells her she plans to return to her husband and son?
3. What is Nicholas' reaction when Paige shows up on his doorstep after being gone for months?
4. Who talks Paige out of running away again and tells her she should stay and fight?
5. What is Paige thinking after she believes Max is dead?
6. How does Nicholas become the acting chief of cardiac surgery?
7. Why is Nicholas so frustrated when the doorbell rings the night Paige returns from being gone for three months?
8. Describe how Nicholas seems very conflicted as he interacts with Paige after returning home with Max to find her still in front of his house?
9. How does Nicholas react to Paige's plea to stop the divorce and give her a second chance?
10. What does Nicholas and Paige making love three time represent?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
How does Paige's relationship with her mother come full circle during the summer she spends with May in North Carolina?
Essay Topic 2
The novel openly talks about an abortion. What is Picoult trying to say about the after effects of an abortion on a woman through Paige's experience?
Essay Topic 3
What misunderstanding does the marriage of Nicholas and Paige begin with? Is it necessary for Paige to right that wrong before they can move forward? Why or why not?
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