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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. When Stephanie calls her chosen rescuer in Chapter 6, how does he respond the first time she calls?
2. Where does Stephanie work after school when she is 16?
3. Who is the neighborhood bad boy that Stephanie reminisces about in the beginning of Chapter 1?
4. From where does Grandma Mazur say she has learned how to operate a revolver?
5. What happens when Grandma Mazur pretends to fire Stephanie's gun?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Stephanie questions Lula and Jackie in Chapter 7, is she a convincing liar?
2. What feelings does Stephanie have once she learns that Joe Morelli is the fugitive she has to pursue?
3. Why do you think Ranger agrees to help Stephanie?
4. Why does Stephanie want to install a security system in Morelli's Jeep, a Jeep that doesn't belong to her?
5. What factors make Stephanie ill-suited for bounty hunting?
6. Describe Stephanie Plum.
7. What feelings does seeing Morelli again stir in Stephanie?
8. Why doesn't Stephanie consider Bernie Kuntz as ideal for her as her mother does?
9. What is Stephanie's financial situation as the book opens?
10. Describe Ranger.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Stephanie Plum loves her family but they often prove a source of embarrassment to her. Choose 3 of these characters and compare and contrast them, explain what role(s) they play in the novel, and discuss how they influence Stephanie (Helen Plum, Frank Plum, Grandma Mazur, Vincent Plum, Valerie).
Essay Topic 2
Discuss Stephanie's FTAs: Clarence Sampson, Lonnie Dodd, William Earling, and Joe Morelli. Compare and contrast these fugitives and discuss how Stephanie manages to capture each one in the end. Cite examples from the text to support your case.
Essay Topic 3
Foreshadowing occurs numerous times in One for the Money. Cite 3 examples of foreshadowing in the novel and explain how this technique is used to indicate events to come.
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