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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 Mr. Finch say when Dominic asks him where V dies?
2. When V takes Evey to his rose garden, what does he offer to do for her?
3. What do the guards ask the crowd at the parade to do in order to comfort the Leader?
4. In Book Two, Chapter Fourteen, where does the scene with Rosemary take place?
5. How does V say that he knows what happened to Gordon?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does V inflict only a minor wound on Mr. Finch, and why does he make it so easy for Mr. Finch to find him?
2. Who does Evey realize must be under the mask, and how does she react?
3. What does V say in his radio broadcast?
4. How does Evey's attitude toward V change the day after she leaves prison?
5. What two people does Evey initially imagine V to be after V dies, and why do you think she does this?
6. When Dominic reads the love letters he finds, what does he realize and what is ironic about this?
7. What is the nature of Conrad's relationship with Helen, and what does Helen want Conrad to do?
8. After V's radio broadcast, how do people react to their new freedom?
9. Why does Mr. Finch lie to Dominic about the details of V's death?
10. What does Adam Susan ask the computer in the Book Three Prologue, and why is this significant?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What two political extremes do V and Adam Susan represent? Which do you think is more fair to its citizens? Do you think that the citizens in the story benefit more from a less extreme philosophy?
Essay Topic 2
Describe the nature of Helen Heyer's relationship with Conrad. Compare and contrast this couple's relationship to that of Rosemary and Derek Almond.
Essay Topic 3
Describe how loneliness and a fear of abandonment motivate both Evey Hammond and Rosemary Almond, and analyze the different ways that they respond when they are abandoned by people they are close to.
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