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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 does Dolarhyde do to Reba's ex-boyfriend?
2. Who does Graham run into when he is on his way back to the house to talk to Crawford?
3. Who does Molly say is on the phone for Graham?
4. Where does Molly try to hide Willie?
5. What has the paper begun calling Dolarhyde that makes him happy?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the trouble with finding Dolarhyde's home?
2. How are things different after Graham returns home in Chapter 53?
3. What does the letter from Dr. Lecter say that Graham receives while in the hospital?
4. What strikes Graham as odd about the killer showing up at the Brooklyn Museum?
5. Why are the police anxious to have a profile of the killer in Chapter 34?
6. What does the Dragon offer Dolarhyde in Chapter 44?
7. Who does the Dragon demand to have in Chapter 37?
8. Describe Dolarhyde's reaction to the painting of George Washington in the Brooklyn Museum.
9. What does Graham dream about in the end of Chapter 54 while in the hospital?
10. When Dolarhyde has a discussion with the Dragon in Chapter 37 what are the main differences in the two personalities?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Dolarhyde's only word that he says while at the Graham's house is "Muhner" or Mother pronounced just as he had before his corrective surgery. Why was this his last word and what does it reveal about Dolarhyde? What effect did his death have on Molly? Did she blame Graham or simply associate him with the events? 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
After Reba and Dolarhyde sleep together he puts her hand on his face. What does this symbolize for Dolarhyde? What does it show about the relationship between the two of them?
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