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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 in Roarke's holoroom?
2. Why do Mavis's lawyers advise her to resume her relationship with Leonardo?
3. What does Casto call Peabody in Chapter 8?
4. What kind of sandwich does Feeney order at Club Zigzag?
5. What does Casto invite Eve to do with him in Chapter 5?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Eve's childhood and how her childhood experiences motivated her to become a cop.
2. What physical evidence implicates Mavis in Pandora's murder and makes it necessary for Eve to arrest her friend?
3. What conflict does Eve experience regarding Mavis while investigating Pandora's murder?
4. 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?
5. What is Paul Redford's history with Pandora?
6. Describe Eve's nightmares and why Eve is terrified of facing memories of her childhood.
7. How does Roarke promise to help Eve clear Mavis in Chapter 7?
8. What do Eve and her fiance Roarke have in common?
9. In Chapter 3, how does Roarke assist Eve with her investigation of Boomer's murder?
10. Describe the condition of Boomer's apartment when Eve and Peabody investigate it.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
While Eve is a homicide detective, her fiancé Roarke is one of the richest men in the world. Discuss how Roarke's wealth affects his relationship with Eve and Eve's police investigations. What theme(s) or lesson(s) do you think the author is trying to convey through her depiction of Roarke's wealth and Eve's lack of wealth in the novel? Cite examples from the text to support your arguments.
Essay Topic 2
Discuss symbolism and metaphor in Immortal in Death. Give three examples of symbolism in the plays in this book and discuss what the symbols are used to convey.
Essay Topic 3
Several murders and attempted murders occur in the novel. Discuss the theme of murder in the novel. What are the motivations for the murders and attempted murders? What theme(s) or lesson(s) do you think the author is trying to convey through these incidents? Cite examples from the text to support your arguments.
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