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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 bothered the class about the note Hannah left?
2. What does Skye say that reminds Clay of Hannah?
3. Why does Clay run after Skye?
4. What is Hannah's poem about?
5. Who does Clay need to face at school?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why was Tony waiting for Clay outside of Rosie's diner?
2. Why did Hannah like Peer Communications class?
3. Why did Hannah like poetry?
4. At what point in time does Part 9 take place?
5. Why did Hannah include Clay in her tapes?
6. What are the last words that Clay remembers speaking to Hannah?
7. What happened to Jessica at the Cottonwood party?
8. How are Hannah and Justin partially responsible for what happened to Jessica?
9. What happened after Hannah anonymously asked the Peer Communications teacher to discuss suicide?
10. Why does Skye remind Clay of Hannah?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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 2
"Thirteen Reasons Why" is written in two different tenses. The Prologue and Part 9 are written in the present; Parts 1 through 8 are written as a flashback. Why do you think the author chose to write the story this way? Do you think it added to the story? Why or why not? How does the telling of the story contribute to the suspense? The action? Use examples from the story to answer the question.
Essay Topic 3
How has Hannah damaged Clay's feelings about himself? Do you think this was her intent when she included him in the tapes? How do you know? Should Clay (or any of the others) feel partially responsible for Hannah's death? Why or why not?
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