Final Test - Hard
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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Liz concerned about concerning Cammie and Josh?
2. What does Mr. Solomon do in covert ops class the day that Cammie met him in her mother's office?
3. Why does Josh give Cammie some earrings?
4. What does Josh give Cammie at the gazebo?
5. Why does Cammie panic when she sees Josh at the gazebo?
Essay Topic 1
Choose one of the following to discuss:
1. Choose two significant symbols and trace and analyze their appearance in I'd Tell You I Love You, but Then I'd Have to Kill You. Are these universal symbols? Would they be understood in any culture? Are there other symbols that would portray the same idea? What are they? Why do you think Carter chooses the symbols he does?
2. Choose two important metaphors and trace and analyze their appearance in the novel. Are these universal metaphors? Would they be understood in any culture? Are there other metaphors that would portray the same idea? What are they? Why do you think Carter chooses the metaphors she does?
3. Discuss Carter's use (or lack ) of literary device (such as foreshadowing, clifthangers, deux ex machina, etc.), and how they add or detract from the story. Does Carter use too many or too little literary techniques? State which of the five major elements of fiction the literary device is related to (style, character, plot, setting, theme).
Essay Topic 2
1. What is foreshadow? How many incidences of foreshadow are in I'd Tell You I Love You, but Then I'd Have to Kill You? How does foreshadow contribute to a book's suspense?
2. Discuss an example of foreshadowing in I'd Tell You I Love You, but Then I'd Have to Kill You including why you believe it is foreshadowing.
3. How do you think most people react to uncertainty in their lives? Use examples from I'd Tell You I Love You, but Then I'd Have to Kill You and your own live to support your opinion.
Essay Topic 3
Oftentimes, a book has more of a character-driven plot rather than action driven, and oftentimes the other way. Some books seem to balance the two. Discuss the following:
1. What do you think it means to say that a plot is character driven? Action driven?
2. How do you think a plot differs if it is character driven versus action driven?
3. Which type of plot do you find more interesting? Why?
4. Do you think it is possible to have a plot where action and character development share equal time? Why or why not.
5. What type of plot do you think I'd Tell You I Love You, but Then I'd Have to Kill You is? Explain your response.
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