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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 confronts Alice and Lila about their behavior in the theater?
2. What condition is Maria Flores in the next time Alice sees her?
3. What item does Alice almost not recognize when asked to confirm its authenticity?
4. What happens to Alice on the night before her trial?
5. What do Lila and Alice start calling each other?
Short Essay Questions
1. What movie do Alice and Lila laugh at and get in trouble? Why is the man angry?
2. When Alice goes home for the summer, what do she and her mother do? What fuels Alice to do this?
3. What mistake did the police make so that Alice has to go through the grand jury? Why does she have to do this?
4. After Alice finishes college, where does she go? Why is she happy to do this?
5. What item does Alice have a hard time identifying during her trial? What makes her burst into tears shortly thereafter?
6. What does Meggesto question Alice at length about? Why does he do this?
7. What number suspect does Alice mark? Why does she choose this one over the other?
8. What does Alice focus on when the defense attorneys question her? Why does she do this?
9. What outfit does Alice wear to her trial? What does Gail say is important about this?
10. Who is asked to leave the room when Alice is at the lineup? Why is she asked to leave?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Think about the difference between Mary Alice and Linda. Write a compare/contrast essay between these two people and the comforts that Alice finds in them.
Essay Topic 2
When Alice sees her rapist and things get hectic, Ken "wimps out." Write an essay on how Alice's view of Ken changes throughout her ordeal, providing at least three examples.
Essay Topic 3
Read Alice's poem "If They Caught You," annotating and analyzing the poem. Then write an essay analyzing the stylistic elements of the poem, and how they contribute to the tone and meaning of the poem.
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