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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 Duke want to have Angel under his control?
2. How did Duke require his mistress to look?
3. What was Michael's reply when Angel asked him what he'd ever done to be ashamed in his life?
4. After Angel announced the birth of the Altman's son, what did John ask?
5. What made the dark voice lose its power over Angel?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the significance of Angel telling Michael that her real name is Sarah?
2. In Chapter 26, how does Elizabeth pregnancy influence Angel's opinion of herself and the future?
3. What happens when Angel and Michael are alone in Joseph Hochschild's store in Chapter 23?
4. In Chapter 27 as Elizabeth gives birth, what is Angel's emotional reaction?
5. What effect does Elizabeth asking Angel to be her midwife have on Angel?
6. In Chapter 29 when Angel goes to San Francisco, how does God intervene to help her stay away from prostitution?
7. In Chapter 27, where is Angel when she hears God's voice, and what does He tell her?
8. In Chapter 29 when Angel has gone to San Francisco, why does Michael refuse to go after her?
9. How does Angel discover Elizabeth's opinions concerning whom Miriam is in love with? What is Angel's reaction?
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
How does unforgiveness and feelings of self-loathing shape the attitudes, perspectives, and personalities of Paul and Angel? Discuss how these feelings change and what specifically influences these emotions for better or worse.
Essay Topic 2
How does the Biblical Book of Hosea compare to Francine Rivers' version of the story of the Hoseas? As you compare/contrast the two stories, include the setting, main characters and plot line, specifically the resolution.
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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