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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. What does Alex attempt to do when conversing with Joanna?
2. What does Alex ask the man he disables?
3. How does Inaumra quell the panic attack?
4. What does Alex tell Mariko when she returns from the hospital?
5. Who does Mariko want Joanna to visit?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Alex and Joanna do after eating lunch?
2. What happens to Joanna that might suggest she is Lisa? What do you think it might mean?
3. What evidence does Joanna show Alex and what does he do with it?
4. What has happened to Wayne Kennedy and how is he reacting to it?
5. What does Alex do at the hospital, who does he call, and what does he tell that person?
6. Where does Alex go with Joanna and what becomes clear to them about her?
7. What does Alex realize about Joanna when he keeps thinking about her?
8. When does Alex next see Joanna and what does he try to do at first?
9. What new character is introduced in Chapter 32 and what might the reader suspect about him and why?
10. How does Joanna wake from her recurring nightmare? How often does she have it and why do you think she will not do anything about it?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Choose one of the character pairs below to compare and contrast. Include in the essay a comparison of their personalities, their values and morals, how they view the world, what good and bad exist in each that are the same and different and how they behave in the situations in the book.
1. Joanna and Lisa Chelgrin.
2. Joanna and Mariko.
3. Alex and Carrera.
Essay Topic 2
Joanna is plagued by a recurring nightmare in which a man with a mechanical hand uses a hypodermic needle to do something unclear to her. Joanna always wakes from this dream in the grip of a panic. It seems Joanna is uninterested in learning the truth about the dream, perhaps afraid of finding out something she does not want to know.
1. Why do you think Joanna doesn't want to find out the cause of her nightmares? Use examples from the text and your own thoughts to support your answer.
2. Do you think nightmares always have a cause? Why or why not?
3. Describe a recurring nightmare you or someone you know has had. Compare it to Joanna's. How do you or the person having the nightmare deal with it?
Essay Topic 3
Alex and Joanna read the newspaper clippings about Rotenhausen. They learn that Rotenhausen is a brilliant scientist who developed a brainwashing technique that was considered revolutionary. However, Rotenhausen lost popularity and government support when he suggested the techniques should be used to control entire populations.
1. After researching the term "hackney" discuss why the caricature of a brilliant, but insane scientist could be considered hackney. Use examples from the text to support your answer.
2. Many books, especially in the science fiction genre have been written on controlling the population of the world. Discuss why a government or individual would want to control the population.
3. Discuss, in depth, what human rights would be violated with population control and why it is not a moral idea.
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