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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 Jack miss?
2. What happens to Stephen when Dillon is speaking with Stephen in the jolly-boat?
3. What does Jack tell all of the Midshipmen to do?
4. What has caused negative reactions in the quarters?
5. Which of the following words best describes Jack overall?
Short Essay Questions
1. What changed about the way Molly was treated throughout the novel?
2. What does Jack say to help relieve Stephen's concerns about the court-martial?
3. What does Stephen believe is the cause of Tom Simmons' death?
4. What happens during the battle between the Sophie and the Cacafuego?
5. What does Stephen warn Jack about in regards to his relationship with Molly?
6. For Stephen, what takes precedence over the spiritual emptiness of a life in the Navy?
7. What does Jack do when the maintopgallantmast and foretosale fall and why?
8. What does Jack realize he must give up after he talks with Admiral Saumarex?
9. What does Stephen disagree with Dillon about in relation to the decision of Jack to continue to search for prize money?
10. Why is Captain Neal stern with Jack when Jack shows up to discuss his orders with dirt and powder all over his clothes and face?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
At the beginning of book, Jack describes Lord Nelson. Write a description of Lord Nelson as seen through Jack's eyes. Do you believe Jack respects Lord Nelson? Why or why not? Do you respect Lord Nelson as Jack has described him? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 2
Describe Jack's fate throughout the novel. What does he covet? Do you think Jack deserves what happens to him throughout the novel? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 3
Describe in what ways Jack undermines his own ability to be a successful captain. Do you believe he could have acted differently to ensure a pro-captain promotion? Why or why not?
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