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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 other work does Jennifer North have done before going to America?
2. Why does Neely return back in NYC after only three weeks on her new film in Hollywood?
3. What does Lyon tell Neely about the firm and their relationship with her.
4. What is one thing a husband would provide that Anne has never had to worry about?
5. How many years did Neely sign in her contract with the studio?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Jennifer so smitten with Senator Winston Adams?
2. What does Ted do after he and Neely fight when Neely finds him with another girl?
3. Why does Neely not want to continue the tour?
4. Why does Jennifer kill herself?
5. Why does Neely return from Hollywood after only three weeks of shooting?
6. Why does Jennifer go to Switzerland?
7. Why is Neely so nervous to do Kevin's show?
8. Why does Kevin secretly blame everything on Neely?
9. Why does Henry say that the press is not covering Neely's affair with Lyon very hard?
10. What does Anne say about not marrying Lyon Burke and being changed when Henry asks her about it at lunch?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Describe and analyze the character of Neely. Why does she do the things she does and what has happened in her life to make her this way? Do you believe that Lyon's statement that she will self-destruct is true? Explain.
Essay Topic 2
Compare and contrast the two major settings of the book (New York and Hollywood). How are they similar and how are they different? Did either of these settings change the character who lived there? If so, explain how.
Essay Topic 3
With which main character from the book (Anne, Jennifer, or Neely) do you feel you relate most? Why do you relate best with this character? Use examples from your life and compare them with the actions of your chosen character to explain the similarities.
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