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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 does Bella notice about Jacob as he hugs her goodbye after he sneaks in to see her through her window?
2. How does Bella describe her feet in the Preface?
3. What does Jacob tell Bella about why he has been so hard to reach?
4. What does Edward's birthday kiss for Bella remind her of?
5. What warning does Edward give Bella the first time she rides the bike successfully?
Short Essay Questions
1. What reason does Jacob give Bella about why they cannot be friends anymore?
2. How does Bella feel when she reaches the clearing during her hike alone?
3. What strange dream does Bella have about Sam Uley?
4. What exactly is Bella rushing to do in the Preface?
5. What deal does Bella make with Jacob about fixing up the motorcycles?
6. What makes it possible for Carlisle to be a doctor?
7. Why does Bella struggle with telling Jacob that people are going to be out trying to hunt the wolves?
8. Why does Bella buy the motorcycles she finds on the side of the road?
9. How does Bella offer to prove to Jacob that she enjoys his company (after he finishes fixing up the motorcycles)?
10. What does Bella notice about Jacob when he takes his shirt off to stop her head wound from bleeding?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Give 3 reasons why Meyer chooses the settings that she does in _New Moon_ and how they contribute to the text. Make sure to address at least 2 different settings.
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the relationship between Jacob and Bella. Make sure to address how it changes over the course of the novel, what it provides for each character, and how it is positive and/or negative for each character. Additionally, make sure to use quotations directly from the text to support your thesis.
Essay Topic 3
Discuss 3 benefits and 3 challenges that Meyer, as an author, has by choosing to create characters with the ability to see the future. Use examples and citations from the text to support each argument.
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