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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 assaults Myron on the way to the courthouse the next day after he sees Hester?
2. What does Esperanza want Win to do?
3. What does Hester tell Myron about Esperanza?
4. From what college did Myron graduate?
5. Why won't Cyndi tell Myron anything about Esperanza's situation?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Jessica tell Myron about Clu? Do you think Myron being in danger had anything to do with Clu's death?
2. What happened about the hearing for bail for Esperanza? Do you think the judge was fair?
3. What does Myron tell Esperanza when he next sees her? Why do you think he said it?
4. What happens when Myron sees Esperanza? Why do you think she won't talk to Myron?
5. Describe Clu Haid.
6. What kind of history does Myron have with the Aches and what kind of business men are the two?
7. Why do you think Cyndi and Esperanza believe Myron abandoned them?
8. Describe how you perceive Clu as a person.
9. What does Billy Lee's mother tell Myron? Do you think it was right for her to blame Myron for not helping Billy Lee?
10. Describe the kind of club has Big Cyndi connected with Clu? Do you think that a wife would be justified to throw out a husband if he went to that type of club?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss one of the following:
1. Thoroughly trace and analyze the theme of self-destruction.
2. Thoroughly trace and analyze the theme of violence.
3. Thoroughly trace and analyze the theme of illicit love.
Essay Topic 2
This story involves sports and agencies who manage big-name sport personnel. Discuss the following:
1. Explain the "ins and outs" of Myron's business.
2. Why do you think highly-paid athletes need someone like Myron to manage their affairs? Give examples
3. Would you trust Myron with your affairs? How about TruPro? Explain.
Essay Topic 3
Esperanza seems disturbed that Myron is bending laws and rules and justifying wrong actions. Discuss the following:
1. In what ways has Myron been bending laws and rules and justifying wrong actions?
2. Do you think there is ever justification for taking the law into your own hands and killing someone whether they did something really bad or not?
3. Who seems more ethical to you--Esperanza or Myron? Explain with examples.
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