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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. Why do the other players tease Charles in the locker room?
2. What is the name of the intellectual group Adam invites Charlotte to?
3. On Charlotte's first night at Edgerton House, what does she awake to in the middle of the night?
4. What is the result of the fight at the tailgate party?
5. What is the purpose of taunting other players during a basketball game?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are some of Charlotte's concerns about going to the frat party with Bettina and Mimi?
2. Why does Charlotte feel she cannot talk to her parents about what is actually going on at Dupont?
3. What is the promise Miss Pennington asks Charlotte to make her?
4. How is Charlotte's social status different than she expected after the frat party?
5. What is Adam's story idea that he pitches for Dupont's alternative paper "The Wave"?
6. When Adam walks Charlotte to Saint Ray house, why is he so interested in going in with her?
7. Why does Jojo feel his purpose in life has been deleted?
8. What is the significance of Charlotte using a fake ID to get into a bar?
9. Why is Archer Miles disappointed about the tailgate party?
10. Why were many fans excited to watch the pick-up basketball game?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Charlotte's feelings of control are identified throughout the book. Provide examples of when Charlotte feels in control. Is there an underlying theme for this control? Is Charlotte really ever in control? Support your answer with information in the book.
Essay Topic 2
Jojo is a basketball player who is not expected to be intelligent as well. Discuss what leads him to care about his studies. Explain the two main types of conflict Jojo is faced with because of this change of heart about his studies. How does Jojo deal with this? Provide support from the book.
Essay Topic 3
Lost Province Entr'acte provides an intermission in the events occurring at Dupont. Explain why the author uses this technique. What does the reader learn about Charlotte during this chapter? What does the reader learn about Charlotte's family during this chapter? How are the differences between Charlotte's life at home compared to those at Dupont further clarified? Provide examples from the book to support your answer.
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