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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. Which Talbot has followed Tom Grenville and the paratroopers out of the airplane?
2. As soon as they are inside the Russian mansion, whom does Pembroke kill?
3. When Thorpe pulls a gun on Abrams and Kimberly, what does Abrams do?
4. What describes Henry Kimberly's reaction to hearing that his daughter was poisoned?
5. What does Claudia do to Maggie when Maggie tries to stop the food from being served?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Joan appear to have more depth as a character than initially thought?
2. What do Stanley and Joan do in the Russian mansion?
3. Why does Katherine Kimberly feel betrayed by her father?
4. How does West win in his confrontation with Thorpe?
5. What are O'Brien's actions towards Henry Kimberly, and why?
6. While the counterattack against the Russians begins, what is Van Dorn doing?
7. What do Kimberly and Abrams discuss on their jog through the park?
8. What will Abrams be doing, as his cover, when they go into the Russian embassy's mansion?
9. What was Henry Kimberly's intentions for after the EMP strike?
10. When Abrams returns to the Van Dorn's party after his mission to the Russian mansion, what does he learn from Spinelli?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Using examples from the book, describe how each of the following conflicts is used in the book:
a. Man versus Man
b. Man versus Self
c. Man versus Society
Essay Topic 2
What is a sociopath? Who in the story most resembles a sociopath, and why? What is the author's purpose in having a sociopathic character? Cite examples and actions from the book to support your answer.
Essay Topic 3
What is the relationship between Katherine Kimberly and Peter Thorpe about? What is the goal of each person in the relationship? How does their relationship shadow the relationship of the U.S. and Russians in the book? Use examples from the book to support your answer.
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