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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 information does Dr. Summer use to form his initial opinion of Hatter?
2. What does Dr. Summer bring with him when he returns to the Reformatory?
3. What does Dr. Summer do in Hatter's cell while she sleeps?
4. To what Indian tribe does Hatter Fox belong?
5. What is Hatter directing the other young people in the room to do while Dr. Summer is there?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Dr. Summer react to the small piece of history that Hatter shares with him on Christmas Eve?
2. Why are Hatter and Dr. Summer allowed to stay and work in the infirmary? How does Hatter respond to this change?
3. Why is Dr. Summer called back to the Reformatory after Hatter attacks him?
4. How does Hatter feel about Dr. Summer's rescue?
5. What are the conditions under which Dr. Summer comes back to the Reformatory? What does he bring back with him and why?
6. How do the administrators react to the attack on Hatter? How does Dr. Summer react?
7. What is waiting for Dr. Summer when he arrives back home from recovering at his friend's house?
8. Why does Dr. Levering decide it would be good for Hatter to eat lunch in the cafeteria? What happens?
9. How did Rhinehart find herself at the Reformatory?
10. What reason does Claude tell Dr. Summer that Hatter is chained to the cot when Dr. Summer arrives at Hatter's cell? How does Dr. Summer react?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What is the significance of the story Rhinehart tells Hatter in the infirmary and the ritual that Dr. Summer and Rhinehart perform with Hatter?
Essay Topic 2
Describe the State Reformatory for Girls through Dr. Summer's eyes. From how he describes the institution, is the reader given the impression that this location lends itself to reform? Why or why not? How does the Reformatory itself play a role in the story?
Essay Topic 3
There are two blatantly prejudice comments made by Rhinehart to Dr. Summer in regards to Hatter that Dr. Summer takes offense to, but Rhinehart does not realize are offensive. What are those comments? How do these comments help the author develop the theme of prejudice?
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