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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 message does Cross think Kate is sending to Casanova?
2. What does Casanova tell Kate he feels?
3. What does Kate meditate to focus on?
4. What does Kate find inside the closet when she looks?
5. What happened to Kate McTiernan?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Casanova feel as he watches Anna Miller and what is unique about these feelings?
2. What secret does Cross share with Kate and how does Kate respond?
3. What happens when Casanova tries to go to sleep and what does this make him realize?
4. What does Casanova do as Cross meets with Mary Ellen and what is he thinking during this time?
5. What information does Mary Ellen share with Cross when he pays her a visit in his investigation into his missing niece?
6. What information did Casanova learn about Kate McTiernan as he studied her?
7. What does Sampson offer to do for Marcus and what does the reader learn about Marcus' family?
8. What during the hypnosis causes Kate to cry and what does this cause her to ask Cross for?
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 does Cross begin to think about Casanova and his reasons for possibly taking Naomi?
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
In what ways are the Gentleman Caller and Casanova similar? In what ways are they different? Describe each of his own psychopathic natures in detail.
Essay Topic 3
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?
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