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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 Matt involuntarily do when he calls in some favors for LuAnn involving the lottery scheme?
2. What name does Matt call LuAnn by during her fight with Jackson in his cottage?
3. What do LuAnn and Charlie do after John reveals the location of the car that was chasing her?
4. What is the actual identity of the man who asks John Pemperton to look up information on Charlottesville estates in Chapter 35?
5. What is Matt outside doing at LuAnn's home the day after she sends Lisa away?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the nature of Lisa's outburst after LuAnn suggests they may have to move again after arriving in Charlottesville?
2. How does Thomas Donovan try and coerce LuAnn's cooperation in uncovering the lottery scam?
3. How is LuAnn able to secure a nest egg for her and Matt at the end of the book?
4. How does Bobbie Jo Reynolds explain how the lottery was rigged?
5. What happens after Jackson reveals himself as Bobbie Jo Reynolds in disguise to Thomas Donovan?
6. What does LuAnn learn about her past when she finally meets with Thomas Donovan?
7. What does Jackson learn about the past of Matt Riggs?
8. How is Jackson's relationship with his father described?
9. What happens between LuAnn and Matt after she goes out to see him survey her land for a new building?
10. How is George Masters' investigation of LuAnn described?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Examine the concept of identity that is portrayed in the book. What is telling of the impact that losing one's identity could have, based on LuAnn's life after taking on a fake identity?
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
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?
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