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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 his mother give him along with the tapes?
2. Whose life does Tony say will never be the same?
3. What does Tony have in his possession?
4. What does Hannah ask the listener at the beginning Cassette 6, Side B?
5. Who approached Hannah at Rosie's after Marcus left?
Short Essay Questions
1. If Clay enjoyed spending time with Hannah, and wanted to date her, why didn't he?
2. What are the two reasons that Clay is late for school for the first time in his life?
3. Why did Hannah like poetry?
4. Why did Hannah like Peer Communications class?
5. Why did Hannah include Clay in her tapes?
6. What are the last words that Clay remembers speaking to Hannah?
7. Why does Skye remind Clay of Hannah?
8. What is Tony doing that causes Clay to pay him attention in the diner? Is his behavior odd?
9. At what point in time does Part 9 take place?
10. What happened after Hannah anonymously asked the Peer Communications teacher to discuss suicide?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
As Clay goes to Hannah's house, the first stop on her map, he recalls a fatal car accident he witnessed on the same street. A man was talking on the phone when he hit another car. The driver of the other car, a senior in high school, died. Clay realizes that the man lived in Hannah's old house.
Why do you think the author included this memory in the story?
What might this event represent?
How do you think the memory might tie into the story later?
Does this information make you more interested in the story? Less interested?
Essay Topic 2
1) Who is Hannah and why has she created the set of tapes?
2) How does Clay feel about receiving the tapes? How do you know he feels this way?
3) What is so shocking about Hannah's tapes?
4) Why do you think Clay received the tapes? What do you think he may have done to Hannah?
Essay Topic 3
At the beginning of the book Clay expresses his feeling that the next person on the list, Jenny, doesn't deserve "one final day of peace." What has Jenny done that is so bad? What are her interactions with Hannah? Do you feel these interactions are the source of Clay's anger? Why or why not?
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