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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 gives Lipsey the name of the city that Dee and Mike went to to find the Modigliani?
2. What is Peter Usher's second job?
3. Why doesn't Mad Mitch paint for a living?
4. What does Dee ask the proprietor to tell her?
5. What does Julian's father-in-law tell him to do that will allow him to give Julian more money?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Joe feel about the news that Samantha is leaving film, and what does he do about it?
2. Why does Julian steal and sell his wife's car?
3. What information does the rabbi give Dee that will help her further her search?
4. How does Lipsey make his way into Dee's apartment?
5. Why does Julian head to Samantha's house after he speaks with his father-in-law about money?
6. Who are Charles Lampeth and Lord Cardwell? What is their relationship to each other?
7. What party do Samantha and Tom attend and what crucial event happens there?
8. What happens to Peter after the incident at Belgraves?
9. Why does Lord Cardwell have to sell his collection of art?
10. After leaving Dee's apartment, where does Lipsey trace her to and what does he discover there?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
How does Poglio differ from London? Compare and contrast the two places, tell what each place represents and how their contrast contributes to the meaning of the novel as a whole.
Essay Topic 2
Peter states one of the major themes of the novel when he calls the newspaper to demand an inexpensive place for artists to sell their work. Charles comments to Willow about the demand and its lack of permanence on the art dealer. What is Follett telling the reader in regards to profit versus what is due to the artist?
Essay Topic 3
How is Tom a villain? Analyze the nature of Tom's villainy and show how it enhances the meaning of the work.
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