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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 did Lori come to realize that the Voices had behind them?
2. Who could hear Lori's Voices?
3. What did the status "C.O." mean?
4. To whom did Lori compare her new psychiatrist, from the extended care unit, to?
5. Who called Sally to order her to meet Marvin, Nancy, and Mark at a restaurant in Chicago?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Marvin state as progress for Lori at his fiftieth birthday?
2. What were the two choices that Lori was given regarding her stay at 3 South?
3. Why did Mark Schiller state that he enjoyed Tulane?
4. What did "C.O" stand for and represent?
5. Why could one not get away with breaking the rules at 3 South?
6. At New York Hospital, in late 1985, what was different about Lori's stay than the previous time?
7. Describe Lori's plans, and what she actually did, to commit suicide (at the end of Chapter 20).
8. Why did Marvin Schiller, in Chapter 13, state that Lori's job as a waitress was good for her?
9. What did Dr. Doller and Dr. Fischer explain to Lori about her Voices?
10. Why did Marvin Schiller state that "all through the winter I loved hearing the phone ring"?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Both of Lori's brothers, Mark and Steven, notated issues with mental concerns of their own. What did this make you realize about the commonalities and concerns with schizophrenia? Where the concerns of Mark and Steven substantiated? Why?/Why not? Detail both siblings concerns and why they chose to shut Lori out.
Essay Topic 2
Lori met with many doctors throughout her time in the hospitals. Choose one doctor and explain why you believe that this doctor did the most for Lori. What specific things did this doctor do that helped Lori the most?
Essay Topic 3
Lori is able to write about her illness in a very honest and explicit way. Explain the importance of this format for both Lori and the reader. Why is Lori's honesty important for her? Why is it important for the reader? What does this honesty do for the text itself? What may it do for those suffering from schizophrenia?
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