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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 many beds were in the hospital that Lori began working at in the fall of 1984?
2. How old was Marvin turning when Lori stood up and thanked him for his support while she was in the hospital?
3. Who did Lori say was going to be her protector during her time in the hospital in 1985?
4. According to Chapter 13, "Marvin Schiller, Scarsdale, New York, June 1984 - August 1984", why were Marvin and Nancy delighted with Lori?
5. What did Mark admit made him less understanding of Lori's illness?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why could one not get away with breaking the rules at 3 South?
2. What did Lori and Marvin do on the weekends to keep their "relations simple and on an even keel"?
3. Why did Mark Schiller state that he enjoyed Tulane?
4. At New York Hospital, in late 1985, what was different about Lori's stay than the previous time?
5. What did Lori do to get thrown out of Futura House?
6. What were the two choices that Lori was given regarding her stay at 3 South?
7. What did Lori bring with her to 3 South?
8. What did Marvin state as progress for Lori at his fiftieth birthday?
9. Describe the Quiet Room.
10. What did Dr. Doller and Dr. Fischer explain to Lori about her Voices?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Choose one activity that the staff taught Lori in order to "teach you [her] ways to feel the storm before it arrives.". Why do you believe this activity worked? Did not work? What was the importance of understanding the onslaught of an outburst? How did this help Lori?
Essay Topic 2
What do you think the chapters that showed Lori's journaling and the hospital records added to the text? Do you think that these were necessary additions to the text? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 3
Both Nancy and Marvin Schiller reacted differently to Lori's illness. Compare and contrast Lori's parent's feelings and actions regarding Lori's illness.
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