The Killing Dance Test | Final Test - Hard

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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 Edward buy Anita?

2. Who states, "I'm your bodyguard. If you die under my protection, the other bodyguards will make fun of me"?

3. What changed in Jean-Claude's bedroom from the last time Anita was in there?

4. Who is Harley?

5. According to Anita, necromancy works only when you start with ________.

Short Essay Questions

1. Why are all the coffins in the coffin room under the Circus of the Damned identical?

2. What does Anita say is the reason why the triad of power is not going to work at the beginning of Chapter 41?

3. What does Cassandra do in Chapter 41 that impresses Anita?

4. When was the last time Anita was in the coffin room under the Circus of the Damned?

5. Describe Richard's plan to overthrow Marcus.

6. Why is Anita crying in Chapter 38?

7. Where is Anita in the beginning of Chapter 42? How did she get there?

8. Describe the ritual Anita, Jean-Claude, and Richard perform together. What is the outcome of this ritual?

9. What is Anita's response to Jean-Claude asking "Did you raise all of Nikolaos's old cemetery"?

10. Explain what has happened to Anita in the beginning of Chapter 33.

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Select a character from The Killing Dance who can be considered a villain. In a well-organized essay, analyze the nature of the character's villainy and show how it enhances meaning in the novel.

Essay Topic 2

Write an essay in which you discuss how a character in The Killing Dance seeks to gain power over others. Be sure to demonstrate how the author uses this power struggle to enhance the meaning of the novel.

Essay Topic 3

Choose a character from The Killing Dance whose mind is being pulled in conflicting directions by two compelling desires, ambitions, obligations, or influences. Identify each of the two conflicting forces and explain how this conflict with one character illuminates the meaning of the work as a whole.

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