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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. How does Edward end up in Bella's room on the night of her birthday?
2. Where does Bella place all of the pictures she takes with her new camera?
3. In the Preface, who does Bella say surrounds her and Alice?
4. How does Bella feel the clock tower toll in the Preface?
5. How tall has Jacob grown to be when Bella visits him in Chapter 5?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why did Sam attack Emily and leave the scars on her face?
2. What is preventing Jacob from telling Bella his big secret?
3. What are the large group of human tourists waiting outside the underground room going to be used for?
4. What kind of feeling is overwhelming Bella in the Preface to _New Moon_?
5. Why does Edward think that Bella is dead?
6. Why does the idea of aging bother Bella so much?
7. What remedy does Bella need for the injuries she gets during her first motorcycle ride?
8. Why does Bella buy the motorcycles she finds on the side of the road?
9. Why does Jasper keep his distance from Bella at her birthday party?
10. What sensation does Bella get when she is back in her room after Edward calls of their relationship?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Choose 3 instances of foreshadowing in _New Moon_ and discuss 1) how Meyer foreshadows what is to come, 2) what Meyer foreshadows, and 3) when the thing that is being foreshadowed actually happens.
Essay Topic 2
At one point in _New Moon_, Bella decides that she loves Edward and Jacob because love is not rational. Discuss 1) whether or not this is true for Bella and 2) how the truth or falsity of this statement manifests in Bella's relationship with the two boys. Make sure to use examples and citations from the text to support your argument.
Essay Topic 3
Is Bella's hesitancy to get married surprising or not surprising for her character? Using direct quotes from the text, analyze her hesitancy around the topic of marriage and how this hesitancy either goes along with or goes against her character.
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