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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. When Duke said, "No one could ever touch you," what was Angel's reply?
2. In Chapter 33, where did Angel tell Susana she was going?
3. Why did Duke want to have Angel under his control?
4. Why was Jonathan Axle so well-known?
5. What holiday was just days away from the birth of the Altman's baby?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Paul think of Miriam? What is his reaction to her and why?
2. What effect does Elizabeth asking Angel to be her midwife have on Angel?
3. In Chapter 34, what does Angel do when she sees Michael for the first time in several years?
4. In Chapter 27, where is Angel when she hears God's voice, and what does He tell her?
5. In Chapter 26, how does Elizabeth pregnancy influence Angel's opinion of herself and the future?
6. 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?
7. In Chapter 22, does Angel's love for Michael change while she is away from him?
8. What is Michael's reaction to Angel's darkest secrets in Chapter 21?
9. In Chapter 31, two people heeded God's voice. Who were they and what was the result?
10. In Chapter 28, the Hoseas celebrate Christmas at the Altmans, and Michael reads the Christmas story. What is Angel's reaction to the story?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Compare/contrast Michael and Angel's childhoods to that of the Altman children. Analyze their relationships with both parents, spiritual climate, and moral reinforcements and influences that they did/did not receive versus those received/not received by the Altmans. Be specific with examples, and make sure to compare the effect that these childhood experiences had on them as young adults.
Essay Topic 2
As a child, how do Angel's father figures (both Alex Stafford, "Uncle" Rab, and even Duke) shape who she is as a young adult, her feelings of self-worth, and what she becomes? Give specific examples.
Essay Topic 3
In the book, unforgiving Paul is the foil to Michael's God-like portrayal of grace. Compare and contrast these two characters, and discuss how both Paul and Michael have evolved by the end of the book. Give specific examples of their spiritual growth and the effect that it has on those around them.
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