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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. Where do the wolves want Bella and Charlie to be while they hunt Victoria?
2. Where does Bella meet Jacob after she realizes he's a werewolf?
3. Who teaches Bella to cliff dive for the first time?
4. What, according to Jacob, are some of the features of a werewolf?
5. Who does Bella compare Edward and Jacob to?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Bella go cliff diving alone?
2. How does Edward react when he sees Bella for the first time in the square in Italy?
3. When Bella overhears Alice and Charlie talking, what does Bella learn about Charlie's concerns for her?
4. What is the "fire" that Bella sees streak by the cliffs after she jumps off of them and is heading home?
5. According to _New Moon_, what is Saint Marcus Day?
6. Why is Jane frustrated when she looks at Bella in the underground room?
7. Who does Bella decide to be with romantically -- Edward or Jacob -- after she jumps off the cliff?
8. Why did Sam attack Emily and leave the scars on her face?
9. What causes Edward to realize his mistake in leaving Bella behind in Forks?
10. What does Jacob report about who wins in a vampire/werewolf fight?
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
Compare and contrast Bella and Edward's craving and desire for each other. Make sure to address why the solution to their desire, while seemingly so simple, is indeed very complicated. Additionally, make sure to use quotations directly from the text to support your arguments.
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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