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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. How does she know how to defend herself?
2. Who is Marina Chtcheglova?
3. Where does Cayce head the next morning?
4. What does Cayce discover in her hotel room when she goes back?
5. What site do Parkaboy and Musashi begin posting Keiko's comments on?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who are the people represented again and again in Nora's work?
2. How does Boone convince Cayce that he is on her side?
3. What does Volkov tell Cayce regarding their interest in her while they are at dinner?
4. What is behind the invitation that Magda gives Cayce for dinner?
5. How does Cayce respond when Magda mentions the footage and why?
6. What do she and Boone discuss over dinner and how are their plans facilitated?
7. What coincidence does Cayce feel pushes the envelope of believability?
8. What does Cayce finally reveal to Parkaboy, and what is his response?
9. What other factors contributed to their interest in Cayce?
10. What surprises Cayce about Dorotea's motives for her ongoing sabotage?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
After spending several occasions just watching the creation of footage in progress, where do Cayce and Peter go next? What is the extend of Cayce's involvement, and how does Peter and their host feel about her apparent enthusiasm for the project. What part of this does Cayce obviously identify with and why? What does being there allow her to work through and why?
Essay Topic 2
What is the outcome of Cayce and Peter? Where do they end up? What happens to Boone? What is the result of Damien's homecoming? Who does he meet? What happens to Judy? What does Cayce send her mother? How does her mother respond to the new information that comes from Volkov's people? What email is sent to Cayce and Peter from Stella?
Essay Topic 3
What happened to Win Pollard? How does being Cayce's father affect how Volkov responded to her curiosity where the footage was concerned? How does he apologize for his apparent overreaction where she is concerned? What information are his men able to confirm that police at home in New York have been unable to?
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