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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 follows the SUVs as they leave the neighborhood?
2. Why does Julia scold Frank Tuttle and Etta Mae as they begin the second stakeout?
3. What do Julia and Etta Mae see inside the West Palm Beach house?
4. Other than investigating her case, what else does Julia intend to pay Frank Tuttle to do?
5. At what store do Julia and Lloyd go clothes shopping?
Short Essay Questions
1. In chapter 25, why does Julia ask Etta Mae to change clothes?
2. What does Julia give to Frank Tuttle before the second stakeout while on the way to the West Palm Beach neighborhood?
3. At the end of chapter 36, what reflection does Julia make about Sam?
4. Why does the Target cashier insinuate that Julia might be shoplifting?
5. Describe what happens as the SUVs leave the West Palm Beach house.
6. Why does Frank stop at a service station while in pursuit of the second SUV?
7. Describe Julia's reaction to Frank and Etta Mae's behavior in chapter 34.
8. What do Etta Mae and Julia see inside the West Palm Beach house?
9. Why do Julia and Frank argue about the first stakeout?
10. What plans are made for the second stakeout?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Julia and Frank Tuttle begin a power struggle the moment they meet. What is the source of the conflict? Could it have been avoided? How so? How does their struggle for dominance affect Julia' actions? How does it affect Frank Tuttle's actions?
Essay Topic 2
Julia encounters more than a few difficulties on her trip: traffic, Frank Tuttle, the Florida weather and her hotels. Which difficulties are legitimate concerns and which are minor inconveniences? Does Julia see the difference between the two? How does Julia's upbringing affect her attitude? How does her attitude towards her experiences affect her character and the others who travel with her?
Essay Topic 3
Julia is wealthy woman who can buy whatever she desires. Is Julia's quest for her rings motivated by the financial value of her loss, the sentimental value of her rings, or simply the excitement of the chase? What value does she place on the rings, herself, and other characters? What value does she place on personal relationships? Who or what seems to hold the highest value for her and why?
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