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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 year does Dr. Summer meet Hatter Fox?
2. Why does Dr. Summer call the psychiatrist at the Reformatory?
3. To what Indian tribe does Hatter Fox belong?
4. What does Dr. Summer see when he looks up from the floor?
5. What does Mango show Dr. Summer in his cottage?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Dr. Summer consider a breakthrough with Hatter? Why?
2. How is Dr. Summer able to relate to Hatter better than anyone else is?
3. Why is Hatter lying under her blanket in her cell? What does this demonstrate about her personality?
4. Why are Rhinehart's comments to Hatter especially hurtful to her? Based on what you have read, are Rhinehart's comments a surprise?
5. How does Hatter surprise Dr. Summer the night he returns to the reformatory? How does Dr. Summer feel about the occurrence?
6. What is waiting for Dr. Summer when he arrives back home from recovering at his friend's house?
7. How do Dr. Levering and Dr. Winton convince Dr. Summer to help Hatter? What really convinces Dr. Summer?
8. Why is Dr. Summer surprised at what happens after Hatter's screaming fit?
9. Where does Dr. Summer find Hatter the night he spends the day with Mango? Why? How does Dr. Summer react?
10. What does Dr. Summer do once released from the hospital? Why?
Essay Topic 1
How does the author demonstrate how Hatter must feel being alone in solitary confinement all the time? What techniques and characters does he use?
Essay Topic 2
Hatter tells Dr. Summer several horrifying stories of her childhood. In fact, the stories seem to get worse the more he finds out. Is there any evidence in the story that Hatter is not being honest with Dr. Summer? Are there any bright points to Hatter's past?
Essay Topic 3
Why is Hatter's attempt on Mango's life ironic? Explain in full detail from what you have read in the story.
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