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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. How long did Michael and Angel's "blissful happiness" last after returning home from Sacramento?
2. Who walked forward with Angel when she wanted to accept Jesus as her Lord?
3. What Christmas gift did Angel make for Miriam?
4. How did Angel's father die?
5. What was Paul's goal every time he saw Angel?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the significance of Angel telling Michael that her real name is Sarah?
2. What is Michael's reaction to Angel's darkest secrets in Chapter 21?
3. What happens in Chapter 23 after Michael has retrieved Angel for the second time?
4. What happens when Angel and Michael are alone in Joseph Hochschild's store in Chapter 23?
5. In Chapter 28 as Angel prepares to leave Michael for the fourth time, how are her motives completely different than in the past?
6. In Chapter 22, does Angel's love for Michael change while she is away from him?
7. In Chapter 27, where is Angel when she hears God's voice, and what does He tell her?
8. In Chapter 22, Angel gets a glimpse of a talent other than prostitution that might help her to make a living. How did she discover it, what is it, and where does she put it to use?
9. In Chapter 32, how does Angel find her true calling?
10. In Chapter 29 when Angel goes to San Francisco, how does God intervene to help her stay away from prostitution?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Which character do you relate to most in the story? Why? Compare/contrast yourself to that character, include experiences, emotions, and coping mechanisms as well as any conclusions you are able to draw about him/her and yourself.
Essay Topic 2
From Angel's point of view, consider the love she received from her mother, the Duchess and Duke versus the love she experienced from Michael, the Altmans, and God.
Essay Topic 3
More than once in the story, Angel reflects on what her life and relationship might have been with Michael if her childhood experiences had been different. Explore those incidents, and then (like Michael did) reflect on why God might have allowed those things to occur. What possible consequences might there have been if Angel had never become Angel? Were there any benefits to her experiences?
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