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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 is the name of the man scheduled to meet the victim?
2. Where does the sister work?
3. Roarke asks Dallas about which of the following?
4. How does Dallas return to New York?
5. Who owns the building where Sharon De Blass lived?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the purpose of Dallas' trip to Virginia? What is unusual about the scenario?
2. What unpleasant information does Dallas receive from her commander?
3. Explain the primary setting of Naked in Death.
4. Discuss the introduction of Lola Starr.
5. What plan is formulated by Dallas and Feeney as they leave the Senator's office? What is the purpose of the plan?
6. Explain Dallas' meeting with Senator Gerald De Blass. What is Dallas' reaction to the meeting?
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. Examine the first scene in the book which takes place at Dallas's apartment.
10. What happens to Dallas when she is on her way to Roarke's house?
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
Dallas has an encounter with star news reporter Nadine Furst. Analyze the relationship between Nadine and Dallas. What is the common ground for friendship? How do their professional lives often interfere with their personal relationship? How does one know when a boundary has been crossed? Do the women respect each other? How has their relationship evolved? Where might it go from here? Do you think the relationship will ever change drastically? Does Nadine's relationship with the cases help or hinder Eve's opinion? How does it affect the case?
Essay Topic 3
Examine the life and career of Senator Gerald De Blass. What is De Blass' background? What are his professional credentials? Why is he so important? What is De Blass' relationship with the following: Elizabeth, Richard, Catherine, and Sharon? What is Dallas' opinion of De Blass? How does De Blass help or hinder the case? Who interferes on De Blass' behalf? Why? What about De Blass makes Dallas suspicious? Compare and contrast the personalities of Dallas and De Blass. What are the biggest similarities? Which is more determined? Which has the strongest character?
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