98 pages 3 hours read

Margaret Peterson Haddix

Among the Hidden

Fiction | Novel | YA | Published in 1998

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Exam Answer Key

Multiple Choice

1. B (Chapter 1)

2. D (Chapter 2)

3. B (Various chapters)

4. C (Chapter 7)

5. A (Chapter 4)

6. D (Chapter 5)

7. B (Chapter 15)

8. A (Various chapters)

9. C (Chapter 17)

10. C (Chapter 19)

11. A (Chapter 19)

12. B (Chapter 22)

13. D (Chapter 27)

14. D (Chapters 27, 28)

15. A (Chapter 30)

Long Answer

1. While Jen is motivated to fight for the rights of shadow children by the articles she’s read, Luke is afraid that the government is right, and his existence is contributing to society’s food shortages. Their attitudes differ because Jen has grown up watching her parents break laws while Luke has been raised to be terrified of the government. (Chapter 19, various chapters)

2. Luke realizes that Jen’s privilege as a Baron and child of government officials made her less cautious about her approach to her activism. He believes that being raised in fear will make him take a more practical approach to subverting the law and helping shadow children. (

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