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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is Captain Watkins?
(a) Will's neighbor.
(b) A name Cassie recalls but can't identify.
(c) The man who takes Cassie to the police station.
(d) Will's boss.
2. How old was Will when his mother died?
(d) She dies during childbirth.
3. What is the name of the movie in which Alex has been nominated for an Oscar?
4. What does Alex and Cassie's home in Bel-Air look like?
(a) A tribute to dead starlets.
(b) A glass tower.
(c) A southern mansion.
(d) A Gothic castle.
5. Why does Alex's public relations person arrange a photo opportunity for him in Chapter Eight?
(a) To combat a story about him in the Enquirer.
(b) To pacify Cassie.
(c) To generate good press before the Oscars.
(d) To repay the woman who jumpstarted his career.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jane realize that her profession is?
2. Who tells Cassie that she is "dressed like a whore" on the night that Alex gets into a fight?
3. Where does Cassie watch some of Alex's movies in Chapter Eight?
4. Who does Alex bribe to tell him where Cassie has gone in Chapter Nine?
5. What does Cassie realize the first time that she and Alex are intimate after their reunion?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Connor and why is he important to Cassie?
2. Why does Will buy new furniture in Chapter Eight?
3. Why is Cassie addicted to dime store romances and embarrassed by this?
4. What connections to both Alex and Will does Jane/Cassie show in Chapter Three.
5. Describe the relationship between Alex and Ophelia.
6. How does Alex express his loving feeling for Cassie?
7. Discuss the importance of the movie that Alex is nominated for an award in.
8. Explain the importance of Nick LaRue in Chapter Seven.
9. How does Cassie make the decision to leave Alex in Chapter Nine?
10. What do Cassie's lives in Maine, Tanzania and Malibu illustrate in Chapter Five?
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