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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. How does Mr. Quat feel about Adam attending the Stand Up Straight for Gay Day?
2. Which character at the diner at Charlotte's house knows someone from Dupont?
3. What about Adam leads Charlotte to go to her exam?
4. How does Hoyt respond when Charlotte tell him she does not want to have sex with him?
5. Why does Charlotte dread going back to her own dorm room?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Charlotte's experience like back in the room with Hoyt?
2. What is the Lounge Committee and why are they meeting in Charlotte's room at the beginning of Chapter 22?
3. Once back at school, in Chapter 28, how does Charlotte deal with her situation?
4. What do Jojo and Charlotte discuss over lunch in Chapter 21?
5. With whom does Charlotte seek comfort after the Christmas break?
6. What point does Coach Roth bring to Adam's attention during their meeting about Jojo?
7. What is the reaction of Hoyt, Julian, and Nicole when Charlotte walks out of the bathroom in her dress?
8. What two types of toasts does Vance make at the formal dinner?
9. During the car ride to Washington D.C., what is the one thing that makes Charlotte feel a little more comfortable?
10. After the formal, what are Charlotte's feelings about going back to the room alone with Hoyt?
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
Explain Charlotte's concern for what others think of her. What does this obsession lead her to do? What problems does this obsession cause between the characters Charlotte interacts with as well as her own identity?
Essay Topic 3
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.
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