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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. What does Lily suggest about Claude's recovery?
2. Who shows up at Lily's asking if she was being held hostage?
3. Why does Karen Kingsland die?
4. What does Lily do to distract the men who have come to her home asking if she is a hostage?
5. How does Lily feel about guns?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why has Lily chosen Shakespeare as her home?
2. Why does Lily tell Darcy and Cleve that she and Jack are seeing each other, and why does this anger Jack?
3. What thoughts go through Lily's mind as she is cleaning Deedra's apartment in Chapter Seven?
4. Who is Jared Fletcher and what is his tie to Lily?
5. Who did both Jack and Lily recognize as the group of men that shot and chased Jack?
6. How does Lily handle the men who come to her door looking for Jack?
7. What information does Jack share with Lily about why he is in Shakespeare?
8. What do Lily and Carrie discuss when Lily goes to the clinic to clean?
9. What does the reader discover about Lily's past in Chapter Four, and what affect does it have on her relationships with men?
10. What part does Lanette Glass play in the meeting at Golgotha Church?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
How does Jack's character affect the town of Shakespeare's residents? Does the town benefit from his being there, or does he make matters worse?
Essay Topic 2
The group that causes all of the trouble in Shakespeare is referred to as a pack. Describe what and who the pack is and how the fact that they are merely a pack and not an organized group makes them, is some ways, more dangerous.
Essay Topic 3
Jerrell Knopp is yelling at Deedra when the reader first meets him. Though he is not a character that Lily likes, he is not all wrong in his thinking. Analyze Jerrell by explaining what he is setting out to accomplish, how he is going to meet his goal, and how he is both wrong and right in his thinking.
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