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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. Remy drops Silas off on a quiet street near what building?
2. The armored truck stops and the cargo doors open with _________ holding a pistol aimed at Sophie and Langdon?
3. Sophie, Langdon and Teabing have to fabricate a story in order for whom to let them in at 7:30 in the morning?
4. What causes Silas to double over in pain, during the confrontation?
5. Who calls the Direction Centrale Police Judiciaire in an attempt to contact the Teacher?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Sophie and Teabing manage to save the keystone when Silas attacks them in Teabing's home?
2. What are the reasons that Langdon and Sophie suspect that Jacques passed on his secrets to them as stated in Chapters 59 through 63?
3. How does the relationship between Langdon and Sophie change, in Chapters 79 through 84, and what events are foreshadowed that may cause them to have conflicting views?
4. How does this section of the book (Chapters 74-78) help Sophie to understand her grandfather and help the reader to understand Sophie better?
5. How, in this section, does the author emphasize the implications of finding the Holy Grail?
6. Explain the encounter between Langdon, Sophie and Teabing and the police at the airport.
7. What important things are revealed in Chapters 59 through 63?
8. What is the major plot twist in Chapters 96 through 100?
9. How does Remy influence the story in Chapters 92 through 95, and what questions does his role in this section raise?
10. Do you agree with Langdon's decision to go to Teabing's, in Chapters 50 through 54? Why or why not?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
In the book, there is quite a bit of corruption within the Opus Dei order. What major real life organizations might that be compared to and in what ways? Use examples from both the book and real life to support your answers.
Essay Topic 2
Choose one of the following people and describe, in detail, the inner conflicts of his/her character using several examples from the book:
Essay Topic 3
Choose any one of the following characters and explain his role in the story as it progresses. What side is he on? What are his motivations? What important events is he involved in?
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