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									Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? – Quiz

Answer the following questions in complete sentences. Be sure to support your
answer with details from the story.

   1. What is the exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution of the
      short story "Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been"?
   2. What are some symbols from "Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been"
      that are important, what their true meanings are, and how the symbols contribute
      to the story?
   3. What are the external and internal conflicts in "Where are you going, where have
      you been"?

Extended Response:
Choose an additional three of the following questions to complete your test. Each
answer should be 2-3 quality paragraphs, and include specific references to the
story to support your answer. Use quotation marks as needed, when referencing the

   1. Why is Connie’s sister June included in the story? How does her characterization
      serve to highlight Connie’s own? Explain.

   2. In what ways can Arnold's Friend be compared to Satan? Be specific!

   3. In Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been, what are Arnold Friend's
      methods of luring Connie and what makes him successful in the end?

   4. If Arnold Friend is symbolized to be the devil or some form of Anti-Christ figure,
      who is Ellie, and how can you tell?

   5. Discuss the symbolic importance of music in the story Where Are You Going,
      Where Have You Been.

   6. How does Connie's attitude about her beauty change throughout the story? Does
      her attitude change affect the story in any way? Be specific.

   7. In "Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?," what kind of mental shift or
      epiphany does Connie experience during the story?

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