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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. At the bar in Poglio, what does Lipsey do to find out if Dee has been there?
2. How long does it take Mitch and Anne to sell all of the paintings?
3. What was Anne afraid of during the whole operation of their scam?
4. Where does Cardwell keep the key to the door of the art collection?
5. What word is Louis' boss fond of using?
Short Essay Questions
1. What phone call does Louis Broom get at the newspaper that surprises him?
2. Why does Louis Broom decide not to tell his editor about the phone call he receives concerning the forgeries and what does he do instead?
3. What does Lipsey find at the chateau that Mike sends him to?
4. How do Mitch and Peter respond to the write-up in the newspaper about themselves?
5. How had Julian changed since the last time that Samantha had seen him now that he is ready to open his gallery?
6. How do each of the art dealers feel about the request from the forgers and what agreement do they come to?
7. How does Julian wind up with a forgery of the Modigliani twice?
8. What is Louis' hand in the story of the forgeries once he has the professor identify the painting as such?
9. How does Julian continue his search after he leaves the priest?
10. Who is Mandingo and how does he get involved in Cardwell's collection?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
After speaking with Anita, Samantha makes a decision that she takes to her agent. There she explains how she feels about her career. Explain her feelings and analyze how these thoughts are idealistic in an industry where everyone is out to make a great deal of money.
Essay Topic 2
Though Sarah appears briefly, she has a significant presence. Show how her character functions in the work. You may discuss how her actions affect theme or the development of other characters.
Essay Topic 3
Past events in the novel affect both positively and negatively the present actions and attitudes of certain characters. Choose a character and explain how the past event and the character's relationship to it, contributes to the meaning of the whole novel.
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