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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. Where does Cardwell keep the key to the door of the art collection?
2. What kind of a car does Lipsey rent to go to Poglio?
3. How does Samantha feel about Lord Cardwell as she dines with him?
4. What do Samantha and Tom find when they break into Lord Cardwell's house?
5. What commission does Dixon want for the pictures he lends to Lampeth's gallery?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Mike get hold of the real Modigliani?
2. How do Mitch and Peter respond to the write-up in the newspaper about themselves?
3. How does Tom get what is rightfully coming to him?
4. Why does Arnaz show up at Peter's door, and what does he want?
5. Who next comes to visit the priest in Poglio? What information is he looking for and what does the priest tell him?
6. How does Julian continue his search after he leaves the priest?
7. What does Julian discover about his Modigliani and what does he first plan on doing about it? How is that plan obstructed? What is his second plan? How is that obstructed? What is his third plan?
8. Why does Tom go visit Bill Wright?
9. What does Arnaz's last line, " I had faith in you baby" suggest about the entire scam?
10. What does Lampeth say to Willow about the effect the forgery scam will have on the art world?
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
Analyze the character of Charles Lampeth. How do his decisions affect other characters? How do they affect the plot? How does his role affect the work as a whole?
Essay Topic 3
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.
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