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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. Who calls the Direction Centrale Police Judiciaire in an attempt to contact the Teacher?
2. Langdon says that, throughout history, two groups pursue what object?
3. Fache arrives at ________ airport where Teabing's plane had landed earlier.
4. Langdon, Sophie, and Teabing resume their examination of what object and Langdon removes the inlay from it?
5. Teabing returns to demand an explanation from Langdon as to why the news is saying that ______________________.
Short Essay Questions
1. How, in this section, does the author emphasize the implications of finding the Holy Grail?
2. What is the major plot twist in Chapters 96 through 100?
3. How does Remy influence the story in Chapters 92 through 95, and what questions does his role in this section raise?
4. What are the reasons that Langdon and Sophie suspect that Jacques passed on his secrets to them as stated in Chapters 59 through 63?
5. What interesting religious opinions does Teabing reveal to Sophie in this section?
6. What does the rain, as Silas enters Opus Dei, seem to symbolize?
7. What reason does Langdon figure out that caused Fache to frame Langdon for murder?
8. What is the cryptex and how is it discovered?
9. What do you think are Fache's motivations in the book, and what do you think it says about him as a man?
10. Explain the encounter between Langdon, Sophie and Teabing and the police at the airport.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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 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
Do you think that Da Vinci really did belong to a secret society and hid clues to the society's secrets in his works? Why or why not? Also, assuming for a moment that Da Vinci did hide secrets in his work, do you feel that it was a good idea for him to do so? Why or why not?
This section contains 1,250 words
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