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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 does Stephanie spot while visiting Sal Bocha's butcher shop?
2. What kind of relationship does Joe Morelli ask Stephanie if they could have after all they've been through together?
3. What does Stephanie do with the check Connie Rosolli gives her for capturing Lonnie Dodd?
4. What does Joe Morelli surmise has happened to Carmen Sanchez?
5. When the car alarm in Joe Morelli's Jeep wakens Stephanie, who is trying to commandeer the vehicle that she has already commandeered?
Short Essay Questions
1. What advice does Eddie Gazarra give Stephanie at the end of Chapter 9 when she tells him about her latest encounters with Ramirez?
2. What does Stephanie theorize when she sees the butcher cleaning his shop windows at the end of Chapter 12?
3. What do Stephanie and Morelli find in the back of the refrigeration truck at the marina?
4. Do you think Morelli wants to keep his relationship with Stephanie at the friendship level by the end of the book, or do you think he wants more than friendship?
5. What does Stephanie discover in Chapter 9 when she returns to Carmen Sanchez's apartment building to interview more of Carmen's neighbors?
6. What arouses the curiosity of Morty Beyers when he visits Stephanie and makes him start asking Stephanie's neighbors if they've seen Morelli?
7. What is John Kuzak's importance in the Kulesza case?
8. What does Jimmy Alpha reveal to Stephanie about himself at the end of Chapter 13?
9. Why does Stephanie suspect that Ramirez killed Sal and Louis?
10. What effect do Ramirez's phone calls in Chapter 9 have on Stephanie?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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.
Essay Topic 2
A confidante is a character who lends the protagonist of a story a listening ear and offers advice and assistance. Ranger, Connie Rosolli, and Eddie Gazarra serve as confidantes to Stephanie Plum throughout One for the Money.
Part 1) Compare and contrast all three characters, showing how they are alike and how they are different.
Part 2) What do you think would change if these characters did not exist in the story? Use events from the text where they advised or otherwise assisted Stephanie and had an impact on her and her situation.
Part 3) Which of the three confidantes do you think is most indispensable to the story? Cite several examples from the book to support your conclusions.
Essay Topic 3
One for the Money contains numerous subplots. Cite 3 examples of subplots in the book, explain how they each contribute to the main plot, and discuss what additional role or roles they serve in the story.
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