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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 will they prove who the heart belongs to?
2. Who does Andi call to help her figure out the date of the paper?
3. Who brought Louis-Charles to safety when the palace was stormed?
4. What does Andi find in the items she has requested from the library?
5. Who invites Andi to a party?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the deal Andi strikes with her father?
2. What is Andi's senior thesis?
3. What is foreshadowed in the conversation between Louis-Charles and Alex as they discuss the fireworks?
4. Who is Virgil and what is his relationship with Andi?
5. Alex and her family are unhappy with the king, so why does she take the job the queen offers?
6. What does Andi learn while watching her father and G discuss their DNA testing on a talk show?
7. Who are G and Lili?
8. What happens to Alex once she and her family move to the French city of Versailles?
9. What do Andi and her father begin to argue about when they arrive in Paris?
10. Why do fireworks make Louis-Charles both happy and sad?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Andi's father and his partner, G, are in Paris to test the DNA of a heart believed to belong to Louis-Charles, the lost prince of France. Explain the death of Louis-Charles in its historical perspective (based upon what Andi learns from G). Who is Louis-Charles? Who are his parents? Why have they been imprisoned? What started the French Revolution? Who was Robespierre? Who was Bonaparte? What is believed to have happened to the young prince?
Essay Topic 2
Alex is the Green Man from the newspaper clippings. Why has she become the Green Man? What is her purpose as the Green Man? What does her masquerade say about her relationship with the prince? How might her Green Man identity put her in danger.
Essay Topic 3
Alexandrine Paradis is the author of the diary Andi finds inside the guitar case. Using passages from the diary, reconstruct life in France leading up to the French Revolution. What is it like for common people like Alex and her family? What is life like for the poor? What is life like for the nobles and the royal family? What intrigues are taking place that may lead to danger the royals? Use examples from the text to describe Alex's world.
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