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Final Test - Hard

Name: _________________________ Period: ___________________

This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. How does Stephanie respond to what Joe Morelli does with the keys to his Jeep?

2. When Joe Morelli calls to announce he's coming to visit her, what does Stephanie tuck into the waistband of her shorts?

3. In Chapter 9, who does Stephanie question on a street corner about Joe, Carmen, and Ramirez?

4. Who is Lonnie Dodd?

5. When Stephanie cries, how does Morelli react?

Essay Topics

Essay Topic 1

The setting of The Burg in One for the Money serves an important role in the story. It helps define Stephanie and the other characters in the book, helps shape the plot, and helps establish the story's theme. Discuss how the story would change if the setting changed to one of the following locations and explain how the new setting would alter Stephanie and the other characters, the plot, and the story's theme (Los Angeles, Honolulu, Las Vegas, or your own city).

Essay Topic 2

One for the Money features three antagonists: Joe Morelli, Benito Ramirez, and Jimmy Alpha.

Part 1) Compare and contrast these three characters. How are they alike and how are they different?

Part 2) Discuss whether the type of conflict each antagonist provides is primarily physical (external) or emotional (internal), or whether the character provides an equal mixture of both kinds of conflict. Cite examples from the book to support your conclusions.

Part 3) Which antagonist do you think poses the most physical and emotional risk to Stephanie? Cite examples from the book to support your conclusions.

Essay Topic 3

A number of characters in One for the Money are foils for or opposites of each other in some way. Select two of the following pairs of characters and discus how they are foils for each other. Cite examples from the text to support your case.

a) Helen Plum and Grandma Mazur.

b) Ranger and Stephanie Plum.

c) Bernie Kuntz and Joe Morelli.

d) Eddie Gazarra and Joe Morelli.

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