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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. Where had Sayid visited family two months before the pandemic, according to the narrator in Section 8, Chapter 51?
2. Where does Clark call Miranda from in Section 6, Chapter 40?
3. From where does Miranda fly to Toronto in Section 6, Chapter 39?
4. About how many people from the original day their flights had been grounded remain at the Severn City Airport by the end of the Second Decade?
5. How old was Kirsten when she first killed someone?
Short Essay Questions
1. What setting is established in the beginning of Section 5? During what time period is Section 5, Chapter 27 set?
2. What setting is established in Section 7, Chapter 43? When does this chapter take place?
3. What is the setting for Section 6, Chapter 39? When in the timeline of events does this chapter occur?
4. What setting is established in Section 6, Chapter 40? During what time frame does this chapter take place?
5. What is revealed in the interview between Diallo and Kirsten in Section 7, Chapter 45?
6. What sacrifice does Frank make for Jeevan in Section 5, Chapter 32?
7. What is revealed of Sidney’s writing in Section 8, Chapter 49?
8. What is significant about the tea set that is described in Section 8, Chapter 51?
9. What is significant about Jeevan’s promise to Arthur regarding the exclusive in Section 5, Chapter 27?
10. What theory does August discuss in Section 6, Chapter 38? Why is this significant?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Describe and analyze the character of Jeevan Chaudhary in Station Eleven. What is Jeevan’s connection to and history with Arthur Leander? Where is Jeevan when the pandemic occurs? How does Jeevan face the conflicts presented with the pandemic?
Essay Topic 2
Describe and discuss the setting of St. Deborah by the Water. How many inhabitants live in this settlement? How is the settlement structured? Who is in charge? How are rules enforced? Who has left the settlement, and why?
Essay Topic 3
Discuss the themes of localization and isolation in Station Eleven. In his interview with Kirsten, Diallo states that the world has become too “local.” What does he mean by this? How would you contrast this with today’s world? Which is better? Why?
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