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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 happens when Stephanie interviews Benito Ramirez at the Stark Street Gym?
2. Who is the fugitive that Stephanie must apprehend in order to earn the $10,000 bond?
3. At the beginning of Chapter 2, what does Stephanie witness Mooch Morelli doing?
4. What kind of message does Stephanie find on Joe Morelli's answering machine while snooping around his apartment?
5. Who is Harry the Hammer?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Joe Morelli cleared in the Kulesza shooting by the end of the book?
2. What does the vandalism of Stephanie's Nova on Stark Street symbolize?
3. Explain the deal that Morelli proposes to Stephanie at the end of Chapter 10.
4. What factors make Ranger better suited for bounty hunting than Stephanie?
5. Why does Stephanie want to install a security system in Morelli's Jeep, a Jeep that doesn't belong to her?
6. Does Lonnie Dodd respect Stephanie as a bounty hunter?
7. How does Mrs. Morelli humiliate Stephanie in Chapter 5?
8. When the car alarm goes off as he tries to enter his Jeep, what does Morelli tell Stephanie he will do once the Kulesza case is over?
9. Who triggers the alarm system on Morelli's Jeep in Chapter 12, and what happens when he tries to start the Jeep?
10. Why do you think Ranger agrees to help Stephanie?
Essay Topic 1
The three bounty hunters in One for the Money are Stephanie Plum, Ranger, and Morty Beyers. Compare and contrast these three characters as fugitive apprehension agents. Cite examples from the book to discuss the mistakes they each make and to discuss how Stephanie, the most inexperienced of the three, is the one who manages to locate and bring in Joe Morelli.
Essay Topic 2
Cars and Stephanie's lack of one, or trouble with one, is a continuing motif throughout One for the Money.
Part 1) Discuss the meaning of the Miata, the Nova, and the Jeep Cherokee as well as the significance of Stephanie's lack of a car when she is apprehending William Earling.
Part 2) Indicate whether you believe the vehicles and the incident of Stephanie lacking a vehicle each symbolizes the same thing or if they each symbolize something different.
Part 3)Discuss what function these symbols serve in the story.
Essay Topic 3
Compare and contrast the Morelli and Plum families and discuss how the Morellis influence Joe and how the Plums influence Stephanie. Cite examples from the book to support your conclusions.
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