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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 prevents Crawford from telling Dolarhyde's story to Graham all in one sitting?
2. Who does Molly say is on the phone for Graham?
3. What does Dolarhyde do with part of the infrared film?
4. Who do the police hope will be able to help them narrow down the employees and find the killer?
5. What does Dolarhyde do to Reba's ex-boyfriend?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Graham's response when the mockingbird whistles in Chapter 51?
2. Describe Dolarhyde's reaction to the painting of George Washington in the Brooklyn Museum.
3. What does Graham dream about in the end of Chapter 54 while in the hospital?
4. Describe Reba's trip to see the Tiger and the reaction of the people involved.
5. What does the letter from Dr. Lecter say that Graham receives while in the hospital?
6. Who does the Dragon demand to have in Chapter 37?
7. What strikes Graham as odd about the killer showing up at the Brooklyn Museum?
8. Why does the fire inspector not expect to find remains of Dolarhyde?
9. When Dolarhyde takes Reba to his home what is the film that they watch before they make love?
10. Why does Reba refuse Dolarhyde's offer for a ride home?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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.
Essay Topic 2
Why did Dolarhyde want Reba to go and be able to touch the tiger at the zoo? Why did this create such strong feelings in Dolarhyde?
Essay Topic 3
Why is it that Dolarhyde uses his grandmother's teeth in the killings? When the Dragon has Dolarhyde maim his genitals with his grandmother's teeth the Dragon says that they are his teeth. What connection does the grandmother and the Dragon have?
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