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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 was slipped under Cross' door while he was sleeping?
2. What makes Casanova let out a scream?
3. How many suspects are under surveillance by the FBI in regards to Casanova?
4. How long did the Gentleman Caller killer watch the Azalea Queen before he killed her?
5. What does Casanova tell Kate he feels?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Sampson offer to do for Marcus and what does the reader learn about Marcus' family?
2. Describe the details that Kate shares with Cross to help him with the psychological profile.
3. What writer does Casanova think about and how does this relate to the things he does with the women he holds captive?
4. What does Dr. Cross' family wonder in regards to the police investigation and what was Sampson told about this issue?
5. What is Sampson's theory about the murders that he shares with Cross?
6. What is the surprise that Casanova has planned for the girls and what does he tell Naomi afterward?
7. What does Casanova wear as he takes the girl into the woods and what he does with her once they are in the woods?
8. What happens when Casanova tries to go to sleep and what does this make him realize?
9. In what way does Casanova's method change?
10. What does Casanova ask Kate, how does she respond, and what does he do when she gives her response?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Casanova wears physical masks. Why do you believe he wears the masks? What figurative masks does Casanova wear as well? Do you believe he wears them well? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 2
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 3
In what way could Cross be considered something of a cowboy? How does Cross justify breaking into Sachs' home and why doesn't the FBI stop him?
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