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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. Where does LuAnn go after she discovers that Matt knows more about her involvement with the lottery than she had previously told him?
2. How is Thomas Donovan killed?
3. What reaction does LuAnn have when she discovers Matt knows more about her involvement with the lottery than she had previously told him?
4. What is the name of Jackson's doorman who tips him off to the FBI's presence in his building?
5. What sport does Matt play with the officer guarding Charlie's hospital room?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Bobbie Jo Reynolds' life described after winning the lottery?
2. How does Jackson find out LuAnn's location from John Pemperton when posing as a man named Conklin?
3. How is LuAnn able to secure a nest egg for her and Matt at the end of the book?
4. What happens between LuAnn and Matt after she goes out to see him survey her land for a new building?
5. How is George Masters' investigation of LuAnn described?
6. Describe what happens after Jackson reveals that his and Luann's deal is over, after breaking into her house.
7. How do Matt and LuAnn escape from the FBI from her house?
8. What happens after Jackson reveals himself as Bobbie Jo Reynolds in disguise to Thomas Donovan?
9. What does LuAnn learn about her past when she finally meets with Thomas Donovan?
10. How is Jackson able to kidnap Lisa?
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
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?
Essay Topic 3
The concept of nostalgia is one thing that drives many of the antagonist's actions in the book.
Part 1.) What role does Jackson's childhood play on his actions as an adult?
Part 2.) What is telling of Jackson's nature based on the nostalgia present in his home?
Part 3.) What can we learn about the impact one's nostalgia can have on the present based on Jackson's actions in the book?
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