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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 tells Julia that truth is like the woven pattern in her knapsack?
2. Sara addresses her final closing statements to ______.
3. How late is Anna for the hearing?
4. What does Jesse have under his apartment kitchen sink?
5. At her birth, Brian says "Anna" is short for what name?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Anna remind Sara of herself?
2. Why is Campbell's service dog acting up in the courtroom?
3. How does Kate's condition during the Arsenic treatment affect Jesse? How does it affect Kate?
4. To what does Sara compare her decision about Anna being Kate's donor?
5. Do you think the decision pulls Fitzgerald family closer? Why or why not?
6. Why does Izzy think there is hope for Campbell as he leaves with Julia for dinner?
7. What incident makes Brian realize he is no longer taken aback when disaster strikes?
8. What happens before Campbell can answer Julia's question about his dog, after his argument with Anna?
9. Why is Campbell answering the doctor's question about organ donation instead of Sara and Brian?
10. Why is Anna not at court the morning of the hearing?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What are your reactions to the situations presented about who influences Anna to bring a lawsuit; why Campbell really has a service dog; the identity of the arsonist; and Kate's desire to just die?
Essay Topic 2
In the story, Anna is conceived for the sole purpose of providing compatible donations to her sister Kate. Based on the information presented in the story, what ethical issues are present in this situation (suggestion from Dr. Chance, Sara's decision to have another baby, Anna's decision to stop being a donor)? In today's society, what ethical issues are similar or different from those presented in the story?
Essay Topic 3
Everyone asks Campbell about his service dog, even Julia. He never gives an entirely truthful response, but the responses vary depending on who asks and how. Why do the responses vary and why aren't they truthful? Use details from the story.
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