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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 does LuAnn see outside her house after leaving Matt's house in Chapter 43?
2. What money does LuAnn live off of for ten years after she wins the lottery?
3. Where does the former lottery winner who Thomas Donovan visits live?
4. What is the name of Jackson's brother who aids him in impersonating LuAnn's housekeeper?
5. Which of the following things does Charlie NOT do after being hurt by Jackson?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Jackson's true identity almost revealed during a fight with LuAnn?
2. How is LuAnn able to secure a nest egg for her and Matt at the end of the book?
3. How does LuAnn react when she realizes Matt knows more about her situation than she has told him?
4. What is the nature of the deal Matt tries to get for LuAnn's cooperation in outing the lottery scheme?
5. What happens between LuAnn and Matt after she goes out to see him survey her land for a new building?
6. What is the nature of Lisa's outburst after LuAnn suggests they may have to move again after arriving in Charlottesville?
7. What does LuAnn ask of Charlie after her encounter with Jackson in Wicken's Hunt?
8. What does Jackson learn about the past of Matt Riggs?
9. How is Bobbie Jo Reynolds' life described after winning the lottery?
10. How do Matt and LuAnn escape from the FBI from her house?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Examine the theme of survival presented in the book. What does it take to be a true survivor, according to LuAnn's plight in the book? Are there certain characteristics that need to be present or is it a specific mindset that is needed?
Essay Topic 2
Compare and contrast Thomas Donovan's investigation of the lottery with George Masters in the book. Which character was driven by the right purpose, and what is telling of investigation based on the portrayal of these two characters?
Essay Topic 3
The protagonist of the book, LuAnn, is a complex and interesting character that is both admirable and easy to relate to.
Part 1.) What evidence is present in LuAnn's introduction to suggest she possesses more strength of character than it first appears?
Part 2.) What traits does LuAnn possess that makes her a good protagonist?
Part 3.) What shortcomings and weaknesses does LuAnn have that make her more human and relatable?
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