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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 to relax?
2. Why does Rudolph tell Casanova that he is the one who should be there with Kate?
3. Why does Agent Craig call Cross?
4. What does the Gentleman Caller shop for on Melrose Avenue?
5. What does Rudolph do as he approaches each of the girls individually?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Cross finds Naomi what does she tell him and what does he realize about himself?
2. Who is Dr. Freed and what is his purpose within the plot of the story?
3. What does Sampson ask Cross about Kate and what is Cross's response?
4. How does Cross describe what he saw with he sneaked up and observed Rudolph in the cabin and what does Rudolph do when he comes out of the cabin?
5. What does the Gentleman Caller feel inside himself as he watches Juliette's husband leave for work?
6. What does Cross notice about Kate and why does he believe they both fear their budding relationship?
7. How does Cross know that he has found the Jason Snyder farm and what can he see of the farm?
8. What wakes Naomi up and what does she think this indicates?
9. When Cross and Kate go to the Outer Banks for a summer trip, what decisions do they come to in regards to their relationship?
10. What does Cross learn about Sachs and how does he learn this information?
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
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
Do you believe the majority of the events and details in this novel were realistic? Why or why not? Identify one event within the novel which seemed highly unrealistic or at least a stretch within the novel.
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