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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 is the name of the writer of the article on Sasha?
2. Van Fleet says he expected police because of his relationship with ____.
3. What is the name of Sasha's co-worker?
4. What is Morgan's first name?
5. The man says that Sasha was often ______.
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain the scene in which Dino interrogates Hank. What is Stone's reaction?
2. What red flag does Stone discover when reviewing Sasha's documents?
3. What is Cary's recommendation to Stone regarding his job?
4. Briefly discuss the meeting between Stone and Cary Hilliard.
5. Who is Hank Morgan? What is her role in the story at this point?
6. What large mistake does Stone make while spending the day with Cary?
7. Describe in brief the information learned about Sasha's youth.
8. Who is Marvin Herbert Van Fleet? Why is Van Fleet a suspect? What is his alias? Where does the man work?
9. Where does Stone begin to interview people regarding Sasha's alleged death?
10. Discuss Stone's family history and how it affects his personal and professional lives.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Examine Stuart Woods' Stone Barrington series. How many books are there? Write a character profile of Barrington. Discuss how the character has progressed and evolved throughout the series. Where might Barrington next? How might Barrington's relationships change in future books? What type of case might Barrington accept next?
Essay Topic 2
Examine Stuart Woods' Stone Barrington series. How many books are there? Write a character profile of Stone Barrington. Discuss how the character has progressed and evolved throughout the series. Where might Barrington go next? How might Barrington's relationships with Dino, Judge O'Neil, Elaine, and his colleagues change in future books?
Essay Topic 3
Stone Barrington is a New York City cop by profession; Lieutenant Leary has police work in his veins. Compare and contrast the men's personalities, careers, training, and demeanor. Which is the better cop? Which was most effective in the Nijinsky case? Who was the least effective? Why? What might Barrington and/or Bacchetti done better to resolve the case sooner? Do you think the police will ever know everything about the Nijinsky case, Barron Harkness, Van Fleet and Scoop Berman?
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