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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 is Cassie left with at Alex's movie premiere?
2. Why does Cassie feel jealous watching Alex on the movie set in Chapter Twelve?
3. What is Cyrus working on in Chapter Twenty?
4. What does Alex tell Cassie prevented him from having a normal childhood?
5. What does Cassie receive from Will in Chapter Twenty-Six?
Short Essay Questions
1. Is Dorothea prejudiced towards white people?
2. Does Cassie make the right decision by giving the father of her child one more chance to prove that he has changed?
3. Is Cassie an honest person?
4. Is Cassie happy when she returns to the US to live with Alex in his mansion?
5. Does Cassie lead Will on?
6. What does Cassie learn from Cyrus and Dorothea?
7. Is Cassie at all to blame for her role in the abuse?
8. How does Cassie handle Connor's warnings about Alex?
9. Is Cassie addicted to Alex?
10. How does the media coverage impact Cassie and Alex's relationship?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Dorothea and Cyrus represent the Sioux lifestyle that was so difficult for Will growing up, and yet seems to define him despite his efforts to run from it.
1) Choose either Dorothea or Cyrus and explain how they impact Cassie's future.
2) Select an item from the Sioux life that you feel has strong symbolism in Picture Perfect and analyze this item.
3) Do you think that Will was right or wrong to leave the reservation when he did?
Essay Topic 2
Was Cassie wise or foolish to throw the Tylenol out the window and trust in tribal healing beliefs and why? If baby Connor had not gotten better after she threw out the medicine, what impact would that have had on the story? Are the Sioux rituals in the story meant to represent something or are they meant to get the reader to be more open-minded about different belief systems?
Essay Topic 3
Many of the characters in Picture Perfect have troubled childhoods that they are trying to deal with.
1) Which character in the novel has the best method of dealing with a troubled past? The worst?
2) If Connor had survived his father's murder attempt, describe the type of person he might be today.
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