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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. How does Palmer describe Will?
2. Who does Norma go to see at the Lake Club?
3. How does Maggie get to the park?
4. What was the party in honor of?
5. Who does Will run into after hours at the Lake Club?
Short Essay Questions
1. What mistake does Suzanne make when the shooting for Primrose is over?
2. What information is Norma Breen trying so hard to uncover and why?
3. What is the first scene that Will is asked to play in Primrose?
4. How does Will finally manage to conspire to meet Maggie again?
5. What does Maggie discover that relieves her, but also takes away a large part of her defense?
6. What is Will's emotional state after the premiere and once he has returned home?
7. How does Will feel about the way his relationship with Maggie is progressing?
8. What does Norma discover about Will and the night that he died?
9. In what ways does Will convince Maggie that he loves her?
10. What does Maggie learn in Tarrytown that rattles her?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Motivation can be provided in many ways. What is the best kind of motivation that can be used? Why is it better than other forms? What is the difference between negative and positive motivation? How strong are they and which is more effective? Why? What kind of motivation do you find is most effective with you and why? Is this positive or negative motivation? Which of these kinds of motivation were used to encourage Maggie? Will? Jennie?
Essay Topic 2
Phillip and Will both abuse drugs which seemingly leads to increased manic behavior. Is drug abuse the reason these two men became so unstable? Without drug use, would they have resorted to the violent behavior patterns that they exhibited? What affect do drugs have on the mind? Are some more dangerous than others? Does alcohol enhance or decrease the effects of drugs on a system? What is the scale of drugs beginning with the most violence inducing drug and working to the most harmless? Is there such a thing as a harmless drug? If so, what is it and why is it essentially harmless? Support your answers.
Essay Topic 3
How damaging is verbal abuse? What are the long term effects of this kind of bullying? How is a victim of constant verbal abuse likely to develop from child to adult? As an adult victim of verbal abuse, what effect does this have on confidence, poise, and overall personality? Would you recognize a victim of verbal abuse? What can be done to help a victim or stop an abuser, if anything?
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