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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. Why is Connell so sick in Chapter 19?
2. Which familiar figure is already at the crime scene where Evan was attacked when Davenport arrives?
3. Where is Koop first arrested?
4. Who does Hillerod think the police sketch of the suspected serial killer looks like?
5. What time of day does Koop attack Evan?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Koop do to try to build an alibi right after Evan's attack?
2. Why are Davenport and Connell so concerned about arresting Koop early?
3. What happens the first night Koop is under surveillance as he heads to Sara's apartment?
4. What is suspicious to the police about where Koop lives and about his truck?
5. What does Davenport discover from the St. Paul police department about the tip that came from the deaf witnesses?
6. Why is Sara so upset after Evan's attack?
7. What is notable about the cigarettes Davenport finds on the table at Joe Hillerod's house?
8. Why is Jan Reed at the scene where Evan is attacked?
9. What kinds of reactions and thoughts about Sara is Koop having as he drives away from attacking Evan?
10. How does Evan respond to Sara's concern about her apartment being burglarized?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Describe at least three things that Sandford is able to do with the character of Davenport because he is a man AND at least three things Davenport is *not* able to do with him because he is a man.
Essay Topic 2
Discuss how Harriet Wannemaker's murder scene 1) sets the tone for the rest of the novel and 2) introduces at least three key facts about Davenport that are important throughout the rest of the text. Make sure to use direct quotations and evidence from the text to support your thesis.
Essay Topic 3
Analyze the relationship between Davenport and Weather. Using direct evidence from the text, make sure to address 1) what their relationship has been like historically, 2) what their relationship is like now, and 3) what the reader learns about these two characters through their interactions with each other in "Night Prey."
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