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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. Who provided Wallace with the location of Molly's parents' home?
2. What does Molly threaten to accuse Monk of when she finds him upstairs?
3. Which of the following is the best descriptor for the person who arrives at Molly's door after Sam leaves?
4. Where does Sam tell Molly he thinks Sam is located?
5. Where do Molly's parents go when she goes to meet Monk?
Short Essay Questions
1. In what way does the author illustrate Molly's status in Doncaster?
2. Which character is introduced at the beginning of this chapter and how does this character affect Molly's life?
3. Describe Molly's reaction to Aspinall throughout the chapter.
4. Explain two purposes the author may have for including the flashback that occurs in this chapter.
5. What information about Sam does Monk share with Molly?
6. What information does Molly learn about the man who had approached her the night before?
7. What seems to bother Molly more than hearing that her husband is a spy and traitor?
8. What feeling is the reader left with in relation to Molly, Trevor and Jennifer's relationship?
9. What do the test results on Molly's mother indicate?
10. What does Monk tell Molly that infuriates Molly?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Throughout this novel the author sets some voyeuristic overtones. Why do you think these overtones are particularly suited to this type of writing? Explain in detail.
Essay Topic 2
Describe Molly's marriage to Sam. In what ways do you think her marriage to Monk will be different? In what ways do you think it will be the same? Do you think Molly should have married Trevor? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 3
Symbolism is used throughout the book. Write examples of symbolism used by the author and describe what they stand for in your opinion. Do you believe all readers draw the same conclusions from these symbols? Why or why not?
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