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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. Why did Angel run away from Michael a second time?
2. When Angel left for the third time, where did she find work?
3. Who walked forward with Angel when she wanted to accept Jesus as her Lord?
4. After Angel announced the birth of the Altman's son, what did John ask?
5. What did Angel, Miriam, and Michael sing into at the end of Chapter 24?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 21, why does Angel attempt to push Michael away from her, and how does she hope to accomplish this?
2. in Chapter 33, why and where does Paul go look for Angel? How does this journey effect him?
3. What effect does Elizabeth asking Angel to be her midwife have on Angel?
4. In San Francisco, Duke gives Angel a choice. She can either go back to her old role as prostitute, or she can become the manager of the girls. Which does she choose and why?
5. How is the timing of Michael and Ange's deaths significant?
6. What is the significance of Angel telling Michael that her real name is Sarah?
7. By the end of Chapter 33, how has Angel's character evolved from the beginning of the book?
8. In Chapter 27 as Elizabeth gives birth, what is Angel's emotional reaction?
9. In Chapter 32, how does Angel find her true calling?
10. When Duke drags Angel away from the cafe and takes her to his home, what does Angel do that seems to put Duke on edge?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What is Angel's life like after she accepts and confesses Jesus as her personal savior? Give specific examples of how Angel's life changes and the plan for her life that God reveals to her.
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
Compare/contrast Angel and Miriam Altman. Make sure to mention their childhoods, relationship with their parents, personalities, physical make-up, spiritual beliefs, and opinions concerning men, life, and God.
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