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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. Which of the following is one of the people the surveillance equipment in the barn is set up to listen to?
2. Teabing's theory is that the knight in the next clue was one of what group?
3. Remy tells Silas that Remy was hired by whom?
4. What item does Remy retrieve from the bar?
5. Langdon attempts to convince Teabing that he knows the answer to the riddle and they need to go back to where to view it?
Short Essay Questions
1. Do you think it would be a good idea for Sophie and Langdon to become romantically involved? Why or why not?
2. Explain the encounter between Langdon, Sophie and Teabing and the police at the airport.
3. Do you agree with Langdon's decision to go to Teabing's, in Chapters 50 through 54? Why or why not?
4. What is the cryptex and how is it discovered?
5. What is Fache's actual role in the book and how is it revealed in Chapters 101 through 104?
6. Why does Langdon feel that the riddle on the inlay was written in English?
7. What interesting religious opinions does Teabing reveal to Sophie in this section?
8. How is symbolism used in this section of the book (Chapters 74-78), to tie up the symbols that were used throughout previous sections of the book?
9. What are the reasons that Langdon and Sophie suspect that Jacques passed on his secrets to them as stated in Chapters 59 through 63?
10. What conclusions can be drawn from the surveillance post in the barn and what questions does it raise?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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 2
One of the things that Dan Brown implies in the book is that religious beliefs are always flawed or, at least, incomplete in some way. Do you agree with that opinion? Use examples from both the book and real life to explain why or why not.
Essay Topic 3
Do you feel that major mysteries such as a the mystery of the Holy Grail were meant to be solved, or do you think that they are too dangerous to pursue or better left unsolved? What are the implications of solving major world mysteries such as the Holy Grail, alien invasions or the Bermuda Triangle, both good and bad? Use examples from life and from the story to back up your stance on solving world mysteries.
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