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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 rude thing does Jacob say into the phone when he answers the phone at Bella's house?
2. How do Alice and Bella get past the first guard in Volterra?
3. What ultimatum does Bella give Charlie about Edward?
4. What notable thing does Edward say to Bella on the flight back to Seattle from Italy?
5. Where does Edward kiss Bella to calm her after the encounter in the underground chamber?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Edward going to Italy?
2. What character are the Volturi men completely submissive to when Bella and Edward meet them for the first time in the town square?
3. What does Bella think of Emily and Sam's relationship?
4. Why does Alice return to Forks?
5. Why does Jacob disappear during Bella's spring break?
6. What are the large group of human tourists waiting outside the underground room going to be used for?
7. How does Bella misinterpret Jacob's comment that the people hunting for the wolves in the forest will be dead if they aren't careful?
8. Why does Bella go cliff diving alone?
9. Why is Jane frustrated when she looks at Bella in the underground room?
10. Why does Edward not mind filling out college applications with Bella?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Choose at least 3 dreams that are described in _New Moon_ and analyze the symbolism and/or foreshadowing that is present in each dream.
Essay Topic 2
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.
Essay Topic 3
Is there a point in _New Moon_ where the fantasy aspect, mythical creatures, and series of events become completely unbelievable? If so, discuss the moment when this happens and what 3 things contribute to this shift. If not, discuss at least 3 literary devices (with quotations from the text) that Meyer does to keep the reader engaged in and connected with a novel about fantastical creatures and events.
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