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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. When David dives into the lake for a swim in the novel's prologue, what does he hear?
2. In what state is Lake Charmaine located?
3. What charity event does Griffin Scope attend in Chapter Seven?
4. Who monitors David's email messages, unknown to David?
5. Who is Chloe?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where does David take his dog, Chloe, in Chapter Nineteen and what information does he glean from a computer there?
2. What information does Rebecca Schayes reveal to David in Chapter Twelve about Elizabeth's supposed car wreck?
3. What happens to Rebecca Schayes in Chapter Nineteen, and why is she targeted?
4. Who is Jeremiah Renway, and what is his tie to Elizabeth's murder?
5. Why is Larry Gandle upset about the two bodies discovered at Lake Charmaine?
6. Why is Vic Letty murdered and what does his murder indicate about Griffin Scope, the man responsible for hiring his killers?
7. Discuss David Beck's romantic history with his wife Elizabeth Parker Beck.
8. Who is Griffin Scope, and what are his ties to the community in which David lives?
9. What strange email message does David get in Chapter One, and what does this message indicate?
10. What does Shauna demonstrate to David at DigiCom in Chapter Sixteen and why does she arrange for the demonstration?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
A number of red herrings appear in Tell No One. Discuss at least three examples of red herrings from the novel.
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the narrative techniques that Harlan Coben uses in Tell No One. What do you think the author wants to accomplish with these techniques? Cite examples from the text to support your arguments.
Essay Topic 3
Tell No One contains a number of instances of irony. Cite at least three examples of irony in the novel and discuss what you think the author intends to convey with each example.
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