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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. Why is Robbie Lyte returned to Bonaventure?
2. What forces Danielle into service as a maid?
3. What has apparently happened to Tommy's parents?
4. How tall is Jury?
5. What does someone believe is the only vehicle that can rescue Melrose, Vivian, Agatha, and Ruthven when they are stranded at the Jerusalem Inn?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is going on in the Jerusalem Inn when Melrose, Plant, Vivian, Agatha, and Ruthven arrive during the snowstorm?
2. What information do Jury and Grace share about Grace possibly being poisoned?
3. What arrangements was Brown given for her work at Bonaventure?
4. What first impression of Parmenger does Melrose offer to Jury?
5. How does Susan Assington appear to the group when it arrives at Spinney Abbey during the snowstorm?
6. What information does Ruthven hear from other servants that he passes along to Melrose?
7. What does the group discuss over its first dinner at Spinney Abbey?
8. How is the Margate Hotel described?
9. How does Jury respond to being yelled at when he lights the fire in the Margate Hotel?
10. What is Grace's physician's theory about what happened with Beatrice?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Analyze at least three aspects of "Jerusalem Inn" that makes the novel believable as well as what literary devices Grimes uses to create that level of believability OR analyze at least three aspects of "Jerusalem Inn" that makes the novel unbelievable as well as what literary devices Grimes does not use effectively to create a level of believability in the story.
Essay Topic 2
Choose at least one female character from "Jerusalem Inn" and discuss at least three ways she goes against traditional gender stereotypes of someone like her.
Essay Topic 3
Discuss 1) at least three ways the novel would change if it were written from the perspective of Melrose as well as 2) at least three literary devices Grimes could use while writing from these different perspectives.
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