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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 takes Alex home for breakfast in chapter 67?
2. How is the Wolf killed?
3. How much time has the Wolf given world leaders before he will cause worldwide destruction?
4. How does the Wolf escape Alex as he leaves the doctor's office?
5. What woman in Alex's life, besides Nana Mama, intimidates him in this novel?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Alex find when the home of Cahill's partner is searched?
2. What do bombs destroy is Paris?
3. What medical procedure does the Wolf undergo without benefit of anesthesia?
4. What does the Wolf blow up at Scotland Yard?
5. What transaction noted in a Swiss bank account leads Alex to Nice?
6. Why does Alex visit Joe Cahill?
7. Why is Joe Cahill arrested?
8. Who lures Alex Cross out of his hotel room in London? For what purpose?
9. How much time does the Wolf give the leaders of the United States, England, and Germany before he will create another explosion?
10. Where does the reader see the Wolf in chapter 70? What does this say about the Wolf?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss the character development of the following characters, discussing how their characters changed through the plot and how that impacted the plot:
1) Alex Cross
2) The Wolf
3) The Weasel
Essay Topic 2
Discuss John Sampson. The author introduces Sampson in only a few chapters. Why does the author bring Sampson into the narration? What role does Sampson play in Alex's life? How important is this relationship to Alex? Why does Alex tell Sampson things about the investigation that are not for public knowledge? Why does Alex do this? What does this say about Alex in general? What does this say about Alex's relationship to Sampson in detail?
Essay Topic 3
Discuss the following settings of the novel in a detailed essay, using examples from the novel:
1) Washington, D.C.
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