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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 name does Webb use to get buzzed into Conklin's apartment?
2. What does Webb encourage Pak-fei to do after their visit with Wu Song?
3. For what purpose is the house in Victoria Peak used?
4. What is odd about the assassin's interaction with the cabaret's manager?
5. When on the radio, what does Marie encourage Webb to do?
Short Essay Questions
1. What might the narrow hallways and inner offices throughout the first two chapters symbolize?
2. By chapter 12, what events from previous chapters suggest that Marie is a strong and resourceful character?
3. What does Webb learn from the contact Jiang Yu at the beginning of Chapter 13?
4. Describe the setting and mood of Chapter 1.
5. Describe McAllister's state of mind when he leaves Webb in Chapter 3, and why is this important?
6. By the end of Chapter 13, how has Webb's character changed from the beginning of the novel?
7. At the beginning of Chapter 16, why does Webb now disagree with his wife, believing that he is indeed a killer?
8. What do Webb's actions in Wu Song's warehouse tell the reader?
9. Why might Webb want to find out about Medusa after his wife first disappears?
10. Summarize David Webb's dilemma after Chapter 1.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Select two characters that are connected in some way in the novel. Analyze the importance of their relationship with one another and the novel.
Part 1) Which two characters are you planning to discuss, and what is their relationship in the novel? How is this relationship important?
Part 2) What role does each play in the conflict? How do these characters relate with one another?
Part 3) How would the absence of these characters affect the novel?
Essay Topic 2
Character analysis is critical to literary analysis. Conduct a thorough character analysis of the protagonist, David Webb.
Part 1) Describe Webb's physical, emotional, and intellectual traits.
Part 2) How do Webb's traits affect reader interest in the novel?
Part 3) If you could change one character trait about David Webb, what would it be, and why? How would this change affect the outcome of the novel?
Essay Topic 3
Examine the literary elements of "The Bourne Supremacy."
Part 1) Summarize the types of literary elements utilized by the author.
Part 2) Select one literary element and expand upon how this element enhanced the novel.
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