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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. How long did Lori come to find out she would have to stay in an extended care unit where doctors would "make every possible attempt to find a medication that would help" her?
2. What was the name of the "enormous black man" that was a nurse on the intermediate-care ward?
3. What had Mark done to Lori that made it impossible for him to believe that she was sick?
4. What holiday was the first one that Mark brought Sally home to meet his family?
5. What would happen every time Mark came close to bringing Sally home to meet his family?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Lori and Marvin do on the weekends to keep their "relations simple and on an even keel"?
2. At New York Hospital, in late 1985, what was different about Lori's stay than the previous time?
3. What were a few of the things that Lori did, as stated in Chapter 20, when she began "hearing the call of cocaine again"?
4. Why did Mark Schiller state that he enjoyed Tulane?
5. How did Lori master the Quiet Room?
6. What did "C.O" stand for and represent?
7. Explain the the compartments of Lori's brain.
8. Why could one not get away with breaking the rules at 3 South?
9. How did Dr. Doller differ from all of Lori's other doctors?
10. Describe the Quiet Room.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The Quiet Room (the room itself) was a necessary part of Lori's recovery. Describe what the Quiet Room was to Lori. What did it begin as for her? How did she force a change in the Quiet Room? What did the Quiet Room become for her?
Essay Topic 2
Describe Lori's need for cocaine. What did it do for her? Why did it seem to help her? How did it harm her?
Essay Topic 3
Lori's Voices are personified given the capitalization of the "V". Why do you believe that Lori personified her Voices? What did this do for the Voices? What did it do for Lori?
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