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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. Who helped Stone in the early days on the NYPD?
2. The letter informs Stone that it is time to pay which of the following?
3. The man says that Sasha was often ______.
4. Stone receives a letter from which of the following?
5. Who calls Stone into a meeting?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where does Stone go while waiting to visit the television studio? What are Stone's thoughts?
2. Describe in brief the information learned about Sasha's youth.
3. What makes Stone think that there is a leak in the department?
4. What large mistake does Stone make while spending the day with Cary?
5. Where does Stone begin to interview people regarding Sasha's alleged death?
6. Explain the scene in which Dino interrogates Hank. What is Stone's reaction?
7. What is Cary's recommendation to Stone regarding his job?
8. What does Stone say about his early years with the NYPD?
9. What major issue comes between Stone, Dino and Leary? What is Stone's reaction?
10. What happens Stone is walking home from Elaine's?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Write a short memoir that might have been written by Martin Herbert Van Fleet. What types of things would Van Fleet be most proud of in his career and personal lives? What other types of professional work might Van Fleet have done? Would the memoir include details of his relationships with his victims? How might Van Fleet describe how he felt before, during and after each murder?
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the use of Elaine's on Second Avenue. Why is Elaine's famous? What types of people go to Elaine's? Are Stone and Dino regulars at the restaurant? Who is Elaine Kaufman? Describe Elaine's personality. Describe the relationship between Stone and Elaine. Why is Elaine Kaufman famous? What about Elaine's seems to be a big draw to New Yorkers and tourists alike?
Essay Topic 3
Stone believes that Cary married Barron for two reasons. The first is that Barron is wealthy and has a good social standing; the second is that she will never be required to testify against Barron, saving both of them from a great deal of trouble. In the United States, a spouse cannot testify in a case against the other spouse. Why? Write an essay on testifying against a spouse. How might this law affect the Nijinsky case? Is this a smart move on Cary's part? Explain.
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