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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 honor is Adam working toward?
2. Why does Jojo feel he deserves a second chance?
3. In addition of Adam, what other boy is Charlotte seeing at this time?
4. What is the true reason Charlotte does not want Adam to come into Saint Ray house?
5. Who beats up the bodyguard in the Grove?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Charlotte feel about the discussion with the Millennial Mutants?
2. What is the significance of the jeans Charlotte wears to Saint Ray house when she thanks Hoyt for standing up for her at the tailgating party?
3. How is Charlotte's social status different than she expected after the frat party?
4. In the game against Cincinnati, why is Jojo's game off?
5. How does Charlotte feel about Beverly's attitude toward her?
6. Why does Mr. Sterling ask to see Charlotte after class?
7. Why is Charlotte hesitant to fall in love with Adam?
8. How does Charlotte feel during lunch with Jojo in Chapter 7?
9. As Hoyt looks at himself in the mirror, how does he see himself?
10. Why does Beverly wake Charlotte up in the middle of the night?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss the conflicting nature of the opening scenes of the Prologue and Chapter 1. Do these chapters provide the reader with an indication of what is to come? Why or why not? How are the themes presented in each supported by the activities within the chapters?
Essay Topic 2
Provide a short description of the basketball stadium and the locker room, discussing the dichotomy between this building and the rest of campus.
What point is the author trying to make with this description? Provide support for your answer with information and examples from the book.
Essay Topic 3
One of the main themes of this book is identity. In an essay, explore the progression of Charlotte's identity. Use examples from the book to support your progression. By the end of the book, does Charlotte lose her identity? Why or why not? Does Charlotte achieve the identity and status she set out to achieve? Do you think this progression of identity is a natural part of the growing process or does Charlotte purposefully change her own identity?
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