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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 does Sam decide to stay until it is time to leave Russia?
2. Why does Sam attack a Red Force guard?
3. What did the Russians do to Fisher to make it seem like he died this way?
4. Who refuses to work for the Charm School but is allowed to live?
5. What does Tim often worry about?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do the Charm School children differ from the American Embassy children? How are they the same?
2. What is each building, or area constructed as within the Charm School similar to?
3. Why does Seth insist that Lisa stay away from Sam?
4. While Sam packs his bags, who visits him and gives him information about his wife?
5. What continues to build in Part III?
6. Who tries to pump Sam for information concerning Fisher and what information does he offer Sam in return?
7. When Sam goes to meet Seth late at night, what information does he learn about the Charm School?
8. What is interesting about Tim Landis' life at the Charm School?
9. Surikov promises to deliver this important information to Sam if Sam delivers something else to him?
10. Wat does Lisa enjoy about churches?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Compare Colonel Burov to Sam. How are the two men extremely alike for their respective governments?
What are the men's reasons for detesting each other, but also secretly liking one another?
Essay Topic 2
Through Lisa's eyes, the reader is able to fall in love with Soviet Russia. Although Russia's beauty is being tarnished by the Soviets, Lisa cannot forget the beauty and wonderfulness of the city.
Describe how DeMille uses Lisa's character to see the Old Russia and the beauty the city inspires.
How does Lisa then inspire Sam to understand the truth and history of the human spirit?
Essay Topic 3
Explain why the pace of a mystery/thriller novel is very important.
What literary techniques does DeMille employ to keep his reader hooked and interested on his complex tale?
How does DeMille's character development lead the reader to want more?
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