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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. Where does Freddy Lounds work?
2. Why does Dolarhyde explain to Lounds that he killed the families?
3. What reason does Carpenter give for needing Graham to help with the murder investigation?
4. Where does Molly want to take her son and go live?
5. What does Graham read in the Leeds home that reveals the mother had a biopsy on a lump in her breast?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Marian's mother do with Francis Dolarhyde to exact revenge upon her daughter?
2. Describe the response that Dolarhyde's stepbrothers and sisters have when he arrives.
3. Describe Dr. Lecter's response to Dolarhyde that the police find in Chapter 14 and why they decide to run it rather than stop it.
4. How is Dolarhyde's confrontation with the newspaper stand vendor different than what Dolarhyde would have done in the past?
5. After Lounds is taken captive by Dolarhyde what is Dolarhyde's response to Lounds' phrase "man to man"?
6. What does Graham not like about Crawford's plan involving Freddy Lounds in Chapter 17?
7. What does Dr. Bloom say in Chapter 3 is the reason that the killer breaks the mirrors?
8. What happens that places Francis Dolarhyde in the army?
9. What are some of the similarities that Graham lists between the Leeds family and the Jacobi family in Chapter 10?
10. Describe the ledger that Dolarhyde uses to put his newspaper clippings in in Chapter 11.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What does Graham mean when he says that "we make murder, and it matters only to us."? Is this correct? Explain.
Essay Topic 2
Graham honestly seems to hate the ability he has to delve into the killer's mind. Would Graham be better at what he does if he didn't hate what his ability did to him? What is it about Graham's attributes that makes him hate his job? Explain.
Essay Topic 3
Dr. Lecter never is shown revealing any emotion except in Graham's recalling. What does this reveal about Dr. Lecter? Does this make him more or less believable as a "bad guy" in the story? Explain.
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