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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 Anne learn about herself while participating in the scam?
2. What Modigliani does Samantha admire?
3. Who gives Julian directions to the bungalow in Dorset village?
4. Why doesn't Louis Broom actually work on Wednesdays?
5. How much money did Peter, Mitch and Anne make on the forgeries?
Short Essay Questions
1. How had Julian changed since the last time that Samantha had seen him now that he is ready to open his gallery?
2. How does the old man sitting in front of the bar in Poglio play a joke on Dee and Mike?
3. What does Lipsey find at the chateau that Mike sends him to?
4. How does Tom get what is rightfully coming to him?
5. Who next comes to visit the priest in Poglio? What information is he looking for and what does the priest tell him?
6. What set-up does Mitch ask of the manager of the bank where he deposits the money from the paintings?
7. Why does Arnaz show up at Peter's door, and what does he want?
8. How do Mitch and Peter respond to the write-up in the newspaper about themselves?
9. How does the search for the Modigliani bring Dee and Mike closer together?
10. Why does Tom go visit Bill Wright?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
How is the end of the novel a twist in regards to Mike Arnaz? Did the reader expect Mike to be such a major player in the scandal? Does the twist add to the depth of the novel? In what way does it or does it not? Did Follett intend to surprise the reader? Does it play into the genre?
Essay Topic 2
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.
Essay Topic 3
Analyze the inner conflicts of Julian and explain how the resolution of these conflicts contributes to the meaning of the work as a whole.
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