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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. Why isn't communication between Green and Martin allowed in court?
2. What does Lucy think Teddy Martin will do if he is granted bail?
3. Who went to see Mrs. Earle right before she changes her story?
4. Why does Pike want to bring Ray Depente Lucas to Worely's home?
5. Where is Truly when Mr. Lawrence is shot?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Elvis want Lucas Worely to do to help him prove Jonathan Green fabricated evidence?
2. How do Elvis, Joe, and Ray convince Lucas Worely to help them?
3. How does Mr. Lawrence put an end to the gun battle between Kerris and Elvis, Rossi, and Pike?
4. What evidence does Elvis present to Anna Sherman about Green and how does she respond?
5. Why is LeCederick worried for his mother's safety?
6. When Joe and Elvis go to the Thai restaurant, what does Elvis reveal about who he thinks is behind the Teddy Martin cover up?
7. Why do Angela Rossi and Joe Pike go to see Elvis at his home?
8. Why does Elvis take a picture of the Mercedes Benz that drives by Mrs. Earle's house?
9. What does Lucy tell Elvis about her ex-husband?
10. Describe the conversation between Jonathan Green, Stan Kerris, and Elvis Cole at Green's party.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Write an essay that explains the role of Stan Kerris in the cover up of Susan Martin's murder. Provide text evidence that explain Kerris' character traits and his relationship with Jonathan Green.
Essay Topic 2
Write an essay that explains Jonathan Green's role as the antagonist of this story. In your response, be sure to explain how he and Elvis are opposing characters, Green, as the mastermind of the conspiracy to frame others for the murder of Susan Martin, and the motives behind his actions.
Essay Topic 3
Write an essay about the role of stereotypes of women. Explain which characters are affected by stereotypes and how each overcomes these labels. Provide examples from throughout the text and analyze the ways these stereotypes impacted the murder investigation of Susan Martin.
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