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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 does Graham receive a letter from while going over the tape of Lounds and the killer?
2. What has Graham been trying to connect between Mrs. Leeds and Mrs. Jacobi?
3. What happens while Dolarhyde is working out?
4. Who calls while Dolarhyde is looking for a key to his footlocker?
5. What do the police find when they reach Dolarhyde's home?
Short Essay Questions
1. How are things different after Graham returns home in Chapter 53?
2. What takes place in the phone call between Graham and Molly and Willy in Chapter 40?
3. What is Graham still looking for in Dolarhyde's desk when Crawford appears and tells him that the flight that Dolarhyde has written on the calender is to the Leeds' home town?
4. Describe Reba's trip to see the Tiger and the reaction of the people involved.
5. What is the trouble with finding Dolarhyde's home?
6. What strikes Graham as odd about the killer showing up at the Brooklyn Museum?
7. Why are the police anxious to have a profile of the killer in Chapter 34?
8. What does Dolarhyde tell Reba about the Leeds family and the Jacobi family?
9. Who does the Dragon demand to have in Chapter 37?
10. What does Graham dream about in the end of Chapter 54 while in the hospital?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
After Reba is kidnapped she thinks to herself that Dolarhyde is "crazy" and says that crazy is a fearsome word? In what ways is it fearsome? Is she right by saying that he is crazy? How does this information impact her later on in the story when she realizes she has made love to a murderer? Had Dolarhyde been that good at hiding who and what he was from Reba?
Essay Topic 2
Dolarhyde honestly appears to care for Reba. Could he have resisted his urges to kill and "become" had he found Reba earlier on? Explain. What is it about Reba that made her safe with Dolarhyde?
Essay Topic 3
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.
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