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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 happens when Inamura tries to get Joanna to remember her life as Lisa Chelgrin?
2. Why do Alex and Joanna decide to go to San Moritz?
3. What was the name of the inn where Alex and Joanna stopped?
4. What does Herr Doktor do when he comes in the room?
5. How is Alex finally able to kill Carrera?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Alex and Joanna find that show Chelgrin in a different light and what does he have that will help them find Herr Doktor?
2. What else do they discover while Lisa is under hypnosis?
3. What does Inamura use to free Joanna of the compulsion?
4. Where is Peterson in Chapters 53-59, what does he witness, and what might the reader wonder about him because of his behavior?
5. How do Alex and Joanna leave London and what happens that surprises Alex? What does this make him suspect?
6. How does Alex feel about the inn where they stop and what does it make him wonder? What type of theme might his situation bring up?
7. What is happening with Alex that might be similar to what was going on with Joanna? What might the reader wonder because of this?
8. Where does Alex go after he wakes up and what happens there?
9. What does Chelgrin know about his daughter and what does he seem to feel about her?
10. What is Carrera ordered to do when Joanna leaves Japan? How does he feel about the orders? What does his thoughts evoke in the reader?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Peterson admits that he and the CIA brainwashed Alex into going to Kyoto to find Joanna so they could follow well-placed clues to bring them to St. Moritz. Peterson says the CIA needed Chelgrin to die before he could be elected President, but could not do it themselves for fear it would tip off the Russians that Chelgrin has been compromised for many years.
1. How would you feel and what would you do if you were Alex?
2. Peterson, a C.I.A. agent freely admits to Alex being brainwashed by the C.I.A. Discuss what you think the possibility is that in real life the C.I.A. would do something like this.
3. Should Alex be considered a hero for taking care of a national security problem for the U.S. government in spite of doing it unknowingly? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 2
Carrera is not a nice person from his obsession with inflicting pain on himself and his thoughts in regards to killing people for pleasure. The reader feels the malice that Carrera exudes and feels fear for Alex and Joanna, who are surely going to be targets of Carrera's maliciousness.
1. Unfortunately there are a number of people in the world who seem to like to inflict pain on themselves or others. Following research on sadism, discuss why Carrera is a sadist with examples from the book.
2. There is obviously deep seated psychological reasons why someone would derive pleasure from pain, either their own pain or someone else. Is it possible that people who feel this way have some common factors in childhood? Discuss reasons from a childhood you think could form a person to become a sadist.
3. There is great debate in criminal justice circles as to whether someone who commits homicide is mentally ill. Some say anyone who kills another human being except in self defense has to be mentally ill because sane people don't kill other people. Do you agree with this? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 3
Under further regression, Joanna also reveals that all her memories of Lisa Chelgrin are gone and that she will most likely never recover them. The completeness of this brainwashing should be frightening to the reader, showing how vulnerable Lisa Chelgrin was and how violating Herr Doktor was toward her, both physically and mentally.
1. What do you think is the emotional impact of finding out you are not who you thought you were? Use examples from the text and your own life to support your answer.
2. Discuss in depth the moral and legal implications of what Herr Doktor did to Lisa. Use examples from the text and your own life to support your answer.
3. It would be one thing to find out you were a different person than you thought you were. What would be the farther impact on Lisa of finding out that not only was she a different person than she thought but that her early memories are completely gone so she'll never know exactly who she was?
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