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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. Who does Casanova blame for what happened in the living room?
2. Where does Cross think there might be clues about the Gentleman Caller when he wakes up in the middle of the night?
3. What does Naomi see when she gets into the living room with the other girls?
4. Which of the following is true about Casanova according to Cross?
5. What profession does the FBI suspect the Gentleman Caller has?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Cross see as he examines Rudolph's apartment?
2. What does Cross learn about Sachs and how does he learn this information?
3. What does Craig tell Cross he believes is the reason that Lieberman was killed?
4. When Cross and Kate go to the Outer Banks for a summer trip, what decisions do they come to in regards to their relationship?
5. What brazen act does Casanova do in Chapter 102 which allows him to marvel at his perfect mask that allows him to fit in anywhere?
6. What plan does Casanova believe will allow him and Rudolph to beat Cross?
7. What is Kate's condition and how does Cross describe his relationship to Kate to his friend Sampson?
8. What wakes Naomi up and what does she think this indicates?
9. How does Kate handle the situation when Casanova comes back for her in her own house?
10. What does Cross notice about Kate and why does he believe they both fear their budding relationship?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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?
Essay Topic 2
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?
Essay Topic 3
What causes Ruskin to change his opinion and attempt to work cooperatively with Cross? Why did Ruskin attempt to create misdirections?
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