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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 does Adam tell Charlotte to try to make her feel better?
2. What is Hoyt's starting salary for the job Rachel offers him?
3. What is Charlotte's response when the Trolls ask about her weekend?
4. How is the room for the formal decorated?
5. When does Charlotte finally decide to go back to her room?
Short Essay Questions
1. What two types of toasts does Vance make at the formal dinner?
2. How do the frat boys from Saint Rays interrupt the Stand Up Straight for Gay Day demonstration?
3. What is Charlotte's experience like back in the room with Hoyt?
4. Rather than talking to Miss Pennington or Laurie, where does Charlotte go during Christmas break?
5. Why does Charlotte wish Bettina and Mimi were at the basketball game?
6. What effect does Adam's story have on Hoyt?
7. While Charlotte is staying at Adams house, what does he do for her to keep he spirits up and continue going to class?
8. What turn of events occurs that leads Mr. Quat to drop the plagiarism case?
9. Once back at school, in Chapter 28, how does Charlotte deal with her situation?
10. During the car ride to Washington D.C., what is the one thing that makes Charlotte feel a little more comfortable?
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
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 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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