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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. What department does Feeney control?
2. Eve's last date had tried to get ahead by offering her which of the following?
3. Who accompanies Dallas on the trip?
4. Dallas wracks her brain to uncover what about Sharon's death?
5. Dallas is worried that Roarke has delved into what area?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the interview between Dallas and Charles Monroe.
2. What does Dallas learn from her investigation at De Blass' apartment?
3. What unpleasant information does Dallas receive from her commander?
4. Who is on the list of people with whom Dallas wants to speak at the funeral?
5. What information does Dallas receive from Elizabeth Barrister? What information does Dallas receive about Roarke?
6. What prompts Dallas to give De Blass the requested information?
7. Dallas is faced with a dilemma regarding Roarke's part in the investigation. What is the dilemma?
8. Who are the next two people Dallas investigates? What is the basic information on each?
9. Discuss the introduction of Lola Starr.
10. What unusual action does Dallas take when she arrives at the Lola Starr crime scene?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
There is a special relationship between Captain Ryan Feeney and Lieutenant Eve Dallas. Examine the relationship. What makes it special? How did the two meet? What are details of the professional and personal relationships? Are the feelings mutual? How often do Feeney and Dallas work together? Who has rank? Does rank ever interfere with their personal or professional lives? How does Feeney get along with Roarke? How might the relationship change if one of them were to be transferred?
Essay Topic 2
Assuming Dr. Mira's point of view, analyze the situation between Sharon, Catherine, and Senator De Blass. What would Mira say about the incestuous relationships? Is De Blass perverted, mentally ill, or something else? What would the terminology be from a psychiatrist's point of view? What kind of treatment might De Blass or his victims have benefited from before the situation got out of hand? Is the behavior something that can be "cured?" If so, how? If not, what else can be done?
Essay Topic 3
Naked in Death is staged in New York City in 2058. Examine why Roberts chooses to set the story in that particular location and time period. What are the biggest telltale signs that the story takes place in the future? What items are present in the story that are not currently invented or in common usage in today's world? Do you think the situations, events, and equipment are feasible and realistic for 2058? Explain. What else might be added to the story to make it seem even more futuristic? Are there any elements that seem out of place? Explain.
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