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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 is the name of the man who asks John Pemperton to look up information on Charlottesville estates in Chapter 35?
2. Where do Matt and LuAnn ride a horse to after fleeing her house?
3. What does Thomas Donovan tell LuAnn is his main motivation for meeting with her?
4. Who does LuAnn ask to take Lisa away after Jackson comes to her house and pulls a gun on her?
5. Where does the money come from that is set up in a bank account by Jackson?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does LuAnn ask of Charlie after her encounter with Jackson in Wicken's Hunt?
2. How is Jackson able to kidnap Lisa?
3. How is George Masters' investigation of LuAnn described?
4. How does Bobbie Jo Reynolds explain how the lottery was rigged?
5. How is Jackson able to escape the FBI after they learn his true identity?
6. How do Matt and LuAnn escape from the FBI from her house?
7. What does LuAnn learn about her past when she finally meets with Thomas Donovan?
8. How does Jackson find out LuAnn's location from John Pemperton when posing as a man named Conklin?
9. How is Jackson's true identity almost revealed during a fight with LuAnn?
10. How does Matt rescue LuAnn when she is trapped inside Thomas Donovan's house?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Compare and contrast LuAnn's character before winning the lottery and after she accepted her winnings. What is telling of the way her character has grown over this time, and does it appear her character has become more evolved or more sheltered?
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the author's portrayal of law enforcement in the book. How does the author suggest that law enforcement has flaws and is not always the best judge of character, based on George Masters' portrayal in the book?
Essay Topic 3
Examine the author's portrayal of disguise in the book, namely surrounding the character, Jackson. What is telling of Jackson's nature based on the ease in which he disguises himself, and what toll could this take on someone's identity?
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