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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. To where does Stephanie return?
2. Who does Ranger want Stephanie to chauffeur?
3. Where does Stephanie go from the mall?
4. What does Stephanie learn at RGC?
5. What nationality is the boy who Stephanie is chauffeuring?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Larry Lipinski commit suicide and is the suicide perhaps suspicious?
2. What does Stephanie buy at the mall and do you think it is appropriate for the purpose for which she buys it?
3. What happens when Stephanie and Lula attempt to bring in Briggs again and what might this suggest about Stephanie's ultimate success as a bounty hunter?
4. Why do you think Grandma Mazur wants Stephanie to find Fred?
5. Why is Stehanie's income uncertain and she must be good at what she does?
6. What are the photos Mabel show Stephanie and what do you think it might foreshadow?
7. What is possibly foreshadowed in what Morelli tells Stephanie about Rameriz?
8. What two clues does Stephanie learn as she studies the photos from Fred's desk and what may one or both foreshadow?
9. What is the implication that Fred took pictures of the body with a disposable camera?
10. Why do you think Stephanie keeps encountering Ramirez and how does she forgo the perfect opportunity for help?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Choose one of the follow to discuss:
1. The theme of women in non-traditional roles.
2. The theme of frustration.
3. The theme of male chauvinism.
Essay Topic 2
Choose one of the following:
1. How does the plot structure contribute to the success of the story? (Or Not)
2. Discuss the five times Evanovich uses foreshadowing and how it is fulfilled later in the story.
3. Discuss the use of slang/dialect and lingo in the story and how it does (or does not) make a more interesting read.
Essay Topic 3
Stephanie seems to get herself in and out of difficult and even dangerous situations with very little long-term consequences. Discuss the following:
1. What is a narrative contrivance?
2. Briefly summarize and analyze two situations in High Five where it seems that the only way Stephanie gets out of them is through narrative contrivance.
3. Would you rather there be and improbable event to save one of your characters or would you want the author to be more realistic? Discuss why or why not.
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