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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. What is in one of the pictures of Graham in the hopes that it will lead the killer to him?
2. When Graham finds the tree the killer must have used, what two things does Graham find still in it?
3. What is it that makes Graham glad that Molly can't see him right now?
4. What is Lounds able to memorize while he is bound and gagged?
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. How is Dolarhyde's confrontation with the newspaper stand vendor different than what Dolarhyde would have done in the past?
2. What are some of the reasons that Graham initially doesn't want to go help Crawford with the murder investigation?
3. What is the first thing that Graham does when he arrives in Atlanta in Chapter 2?
4. What does Lecter do after Graham leaves him in Chapter 8?
5. What does Graham not like about Crawford's plan involving Freddy Lounds in Chapter 17?
6. Describe the conversation Wendy and Graham have at Lounds' gravesite?
7. Why does Graham go back to the Leeds' house again in Chapter 5?
8. What arrangement does Graham make with Lecter when he goes to visit Lecter in Chapter 7?
9. 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.
10. What happens that places Francis Dolarhyde in the army?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Dolarhyde watches Reba kiss Ralph Mandy and it hurts him. Why does Dolarhyde kill Ralph Mandy? Explain - 'Seeing Reba kiss Mandy had stabbed Dolarhyde deep. Then the pain left him for good.' What does it mean that it left him for good? Is this an omniscient view of Dolarhyde's feelings or does Dolarhyde feel that the pain has left him for good?
Essay Topic 2
When Graham is at Dolarhyde's work fingerprinting, Dolarhyde sees them and begins to panic. Dolarhyde calls Graham a monster. In what way could Graham be Dolarhyde's monster? Why is this word odd for Dolarhyde to use in this way? Why is it accurate?
Essay Topic 3
Graham's marriage is slowly falling apart. What is shown between these two characters that gives a glimpse of hope that they can make the marriage work? What happens that foreshadows the marriage failing?
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