Final Test - Hard
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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Eagle take to a party?
2. Eagle connects the evidence at Shea's office to which character?
3. What is Carreras' rank?
4. Eagle sends the man on a mission to which location?
5. What item does Willet notice when arriving at the scene?
Essay Topic 1
Reputation is a touchy subject in places like Santa Fe and Los Angeles, particularly for Wolf Willet. Examine Wolf's reputation and its importance. Why is Wolf's reputation important in Los Angeles? Why is it important in Santa Fe? Why does Willet insist on finishing the film before anyone finds out about the murders? How could Willet's arrest affect his career? Is there anything Willet could do to reduce the amount of gossip or speculation about his part in the murders? What could be done in the area of damage control? How could Eagle help in this area? Explain.
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the author's use of Santa Fe for the setting in the Ed Eagle series. Why do you think Woods chose New Mexico? How accurate do you think the setting is in regards to the real location? What areas are most commonly referenced in the story? What other location might have worked as well, if not better, than Santa Fe? What is unique about the setting? What regionalisms are exhibited by Eagle and the rest of the characters? Explain.
Essay Topic 3
Write a short memoir that might have been written by Miriam aka Julia. What types of things would Julia be most proud of in regards to her criminal activity? Would the memoir include details of her relationships with her victims? How might Julia describe how she felt before, during and after each murder? Was Julia surprised that her plans were thwarted? How do you think Julia felt when she learned about the transfer of the money to and from the bank in Mexico? Did Julia have any remorse for her actions? Explain.
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