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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 is Leonardo's reaction when attacked by Pandora?
2. What does Pandora threaten to do to Leonardo in Chapter 2 when she finds him with Eve and Mavis?
3. What is Feeney's reaction when he first sees the beautiful Jerry Fitzgerald?
4. What off planet location did Pandora visit shortly before her death?
5. Which of the following does not describe Roarke's past history?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Jake Casto do in Chapter 9 to get Eve's cooperation in the murder case and why is Eve unwilling to fully trust Casto?
2. What evidence in Chapter 4 makes Mavis look guilty of murdering Pandora?
3. What prompts Eve to make an appointment with the police psychologist?
4. What is the function of the droid Eve encounters at Boomer's flophouse at the beginning of Chapter 3?
5. What is the history of Roarke's relationship with Summerset?
6. Describe Eve's nightmares and why Eve is terrified of facing memories of her childhood.
7. What physical evidence implicates Mavis in Pandora's murder and makes it necessary for Eve to arrest her friend?
8. Describe the futuristic world in which Immortal in Death is set.
9. What does the fact that Eve shares information about the disc with the formula of the drug on it with Commander Whitney but not with Lieutenant Casto indicate about her relationship with each man?
10. Why is Officer Feeney so in awe of Justin Young and Jerry Fitzgerald when he and Eve interrogate them in Chapter 6 and how does his beguilement affect the interview?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Hair color and hairstyle is used throughout Immortal in Death to depict character and symbolize aspects of character. Discuss what each of the following characters' hair color and hairstyle represents in the novel and about the characters who experience them: Eve, Mavis, Pandora, and Trina.
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the novel's theme of getting too personally involved in a situation. Include a discussion of the danger Eve faces of getting too personally involved in the investigation of Pandora's murder when her friend Mavis is charged with the crime, a discussion of how Commander Whitney got too personally involved in a previous case, and how Peabody becomes too personally involved with Casto during the murder investigation to see his true character. Cite examples from the text to support your arguments.
Essay Topic 3
Compare and contrast the childhoods of Roarke and Eve. How do their childhood histories impact their present relationship? Cite examples from the text to support your arguments.
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