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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 was in the briefcase?
2. What malady did Lily mention?
3. What did Gerhart want of Nichols?
4. How is Dirk going to get an extension on where the Arctic Explorer was stationed?
5. What was the knife that cut out Rivas' heart made of?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was preventing Pitt from finding the archaeologists camp and how did he eventually find it?
2. What identifying characteristics would an early merchant vessel have that would be identifiable to Dirk?
3. Why might the tablets suit any known geographical location?
4. What did Lily say in regards to Redfern?
5. What was the hangar and what did it contain?
6. Why wouldn't the escaping seamen be believed?
7. Why did Mr. Schiller take the call?
8. Who was the last one to fall and what did he do?
9. Why did Venator feel no remorse for those who had perished when the roof had collapsed?
10. What was the steward of Flight 106 attempting to do and why?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Examine the nature of barbarity and savages. When taken into context, although Native Americans lived primitively, the barbaric invaders were the europeans who came here and slaughtered villages. What defines a barbarian? A savage? Relate barbarity to developed nations. How do they interact?
Essay Topic 2
Research a time in history in which a political leader did the opposite of what was expected of them at the time. Explain the backlash that occurred afterwards. Imagine something like this happened with a present political figure. How could it affect the world?
Essay Topic 3
Compare and contrast Robert and Paul as brothers. Who was more likely to gain a monopoly and why? What do you think would have changed if either brother was able to overthrow completely the existing government and assume control? Examine how life would change as though it were a real possibility that this could happen.
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