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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. Which of the following is not something Fitch was able to retrieve from the items stolen from Easter's apartment?
2. What happens when Hoppy opens the door Saturday morning after he visits with his wife?
3. What does the woman who runs into Nicholas Easter at Burger King do?
4. Where does the beginning of Chapter 2 take place?
5. Where does Fitch go to meet with Marlee?
Short Essay Questions
1. What message does Marlee provide to Fitch when she calls him on Monday morning?
2. What happens when the FBI agents take Hoppy down to Dupree's office?
3. What did all of the lawyers agree about in regards to Marlee after they received her fax?
4. Why did Fitch hire Jumper to go with him when he is going to meet Marlee?
5. What information do the lawyers at Whitney, Cable and White have on Easter?
6. Why have the CEOs of the tobacco companies come together and what is it they created?
7. What does Fitch learn when he requests the jury records from two of his previous cases?
8. How does Nicholas Easter go about completing the questionnaire he was given to complete?
9. What does Easter tell the other members of the jury about lunch and how did he say he knew this information?
10. How and when did Easter and Marlee meet?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Do you think the typical juror could be influenced in the same manner that the jurors in the novel were influenced? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 2
Which jurors do you think would be/are the most difficult to persuade to vote a specific way? Why do you think they are more difficult? Do you think there are people who cannot be bought? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 3
How does the author use the narrator to help the reader gain insight into characters? Do you believe this was an effective process? Why or why not?
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