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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 does Charlie realize the relationships he has formed around Charlottesville could be to him and LuAnn?
2. Who waits for LuAnn outside the press conference after she has accepted her lottery winnings?
3. Where does LuAnn kick Duane after throwing the woman he was caught in bed with out of the house?
4. What does the man who conducts LuAnn's job interview actually want for her to work for?
5. What does LuAnn learn is Jackson's most surprising skill?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is LuAnn described just after her car chase with Thomas Donovan?
2. How did Charlie help make arrangements for LuAnn to return to the U.S. after being away 10 years?
3. How does Jackson find out that LuAnn has returned to the U.S.?
4. What arrangement does Jackson have to make in order to allow LuAnn to leave the country after winning the lottery?
5. How are LuAnn's physical attributes first described in the book?
6. How is LuAnn's interaction with Matt Riggs described just after he helps her escape a car chase with Thomas Donovan?
7. How does Romanello blackmail LuAnn in the book?
8. How are Charlie's feelings towards LuAnn described when he watches her accept her lottery winnings from the crowd?
9. How does Matt Riggs help LuAnn during a car chase with Thomas Donovan?
10. How is Charlie's creation of relationships in the Charlottesville community first described?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Examine the portrayal of society in the book. What can we learn about the nature of being a part of society based on the portrayal of LuAnn as an outsider of society in the book?
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the theme of being on the run that is portrayed in the book. What impact would constantly being on the run have on a person's character, and how did this effect LuAnn in the book?
Essay Topic 3
Examine the concept of strength presented in the book. Which character represents the epitome of strength, and what traits does he or she possess that makes this true?
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