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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 does Cross do in the hopes of jogging her memory further?
2. What did Naomi do that caused some problems in the dorm according to Florence?
3. Where does Casanova look for his prey?
4. What does Cross try to talk to Kate about?
5. What is Kate suffering from when Cross goes to see her in the hospital?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the surprise that Casanova has planned for the girls and what does he tell Naomi afterward?
2. What happens after Kate knocks Ruskin to the ground?
3. Describe the details that Kate shares with Cross to help him with the psychological profile.
4. In what way does Casanova's method change?
5. What does Rudolph tell the ladies of Casanova's harem and what does he instruct them to do?
6. What happens when Casanova tries to go to sleep and what does this make him realize?
7. What does Cross notice about Kate and why does he believe they both fear their budding relationship?
8. How many suspects do the police currently have under surveillance and why were all of the local policemen checked out by the FBI?
9. What does Casanova do as Cross meets with Mary Ellen and what is he thinking during this time?
10. What does the Gentleman Caller feel inside himself as he watches Juliette's husband leave for work?
Essay Topic 1
Describe the characters of Naomi and Kate. Compare them in regards to intelligence, character, perseverance, and strength.
Essay Topic 2
In what ways were Cross' methods unique? What connections did Cross' methods help investigators make that perhaps more traditional methods might not have made? Do you think Cross' methods were special? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 3
For Cross this case was very personal. Do you believe policemen should be allowed to work on cases they have a personal connection to? Why or why not? Do you think Cross would have been just as effective and diligent had he not been personally involved? Why or why not?
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