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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. Who is the business traveler that offers to put all the airport food on his Amex in Section 7, Chapter 43?
2. How old does Arthur say his son just turned during Miranda's visit to his dressing room in Section 6, Chapter 39?
3. Who is on the same flight as Clark in the end of Section 6, Chapter 40?
4. Where was Frank when he became paralyzed?
5. In what settlement does Jeevan end up in Year Three after the pandemic?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Frank’s death described in the narrative?
2. What setting is established in Section 8, Chapter 48? What is the timeline of this chapter?
3. How is Miranda’s death described in Section 6, Chapter 41?
4. What setting is established in Section 7, Chapter 47? What characters are introduced in this chapter?
5. What does Clark reveal to Kirsten in the end of Section 8, Chapter 51? What is significant about this revelation?
6. What do you think is symbolized by the displays at the Museum of Civilization?
7. What is revealed regarding Kirsten’s tattoos in Section 8, Chapter 50?
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 is the setting for Section 6, Chapter 39? When in the timeline of events does this chapter occur?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss the themes of celebrity, exposure, and infidelity in Station Eleven. How does Arthur feel about living a life of exposure to the media? How does this exposure affect his marriages? What statements do you think the author is making regarding celebrity in today’s society?
Essay Topic 2
During their journey, August talks to Kirsten about the multi-verse theory, or M-Theory. What does M-Theory entail? Who hypothesized the theory? How does the multi-verse theory apply to the narrative of Station Eleven?
Essay Topic 3
Kirsten remarks in her interview with Diallo that cult settlements are more dangerous than settlements where lawlessness reigns. Why does she feel this way? What cults are exposed in the narrative and how did they originate? Why do you think they are so prevalent?
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