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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 is the name of Dupont's alternative newspaper?
2. What is Laurie's advice to Charlotte during the phone call?
3. What type of vehicle does Hoyt drive?
4. In Chapter 9, where is Jojo's appointment with Coach Roth?
5. In Chapter 13, who invites Charlotte to a tailgate party?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Charlotte realize when she returns to the dorm rooms after the formal?
2. With whom does Charlotte seek comfort after the Christmas break?
3. What is Charlotte's experience like back in the room with Hoyt?
4. Why does Beverly wake Charlotte up in the middle of the night?
5. How does Charlotte feel during lunch with Jojo in Chapter 7?
6. What is Adam's story idea that he pitches for Dupont's alternative paper "The Wave"?
7. During the meeting with Adam and Mr. Quat, how does Adam approach the issues of Jojo's paper?
8. Rather than talking to Miss Pennington or Laurie, where does Charlotte go during Christmas break?
9. What does Charlotte find astonishing about her advanced French class?
10. What occurs at the I.M. when Hoyt and Vance go there in Chapter 21?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
A number of characters struggle with identity throughout the book. Hoyt is one of the main characters with this issue. Explore Hoyt's identity. What does Hoyt think about himself? What in his past causes his struggle? Do you think other respect Hoyt? Do you think Hoyt truly respects himself?
Essay Topic 2
The decline of academia is a major theme in this book. Provide a list of all examples of this theme. For each example, explain why it represents the decline of academia.
Essay Topic 3
Provide a comparison of Dupont with Charlotte's home town. Is Dupont what Charlotte expected it to be? Why or why not? Provide examples from the book to support your answer.
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