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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 happened to Kate McTiernan?
2. What rule prevents the girls from joining together to overtake Casanova?
3. Where does the young killer sleep in the Casanova summary?
4. As Kate tries to get away from the powerful man, what information is she shocked to realize?
5. What type of prey does Casanova look for?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe where Kate lives and what she does when she arrives home after her Saturday night karate class.
2. What information does Detective Nick Ruskin call to share with Cross?
3. What writer does Casanova think about and how does this relate to the things he does with the women he holds captive?
4. Describe how Kate feels and what she goes through when she wakes up?
5. What secret does Cross share with Kate and how does Kate respond?
6. Describe Casanova as he enters Kate's room for the first time now that she is awake.
7. What does Dr. Cross' family wonder in regards to the police investigation and what was Sampson told about this issue?
8. Describe the details that Kate shares with Cross to help him with the psychological profile.
9. When Dr. Cross arrives at the emergency room, what state is Marcus in and what does Dr. Cross reveal about his condition?
10. What happens when Casanova tries to go to sleep and what does this make him realize?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What role do you believe racism plays in this novel as a theme? Do you feel it is appropriately represented? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 2
What events cause Cross and Sampson to be stopped by the local police? How do they react to this situation? In what way do the events of this even with the local police prove Cross and Sampson to be similar to Casanova and Rudolph?
Essay Topic 3
How is the idea of staking out used by both the police and the killers within this novel? Which group do you believe does it more effectively? Why?
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