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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the narrator say to the young man her and her group meet as she rejects his request?
(a) That she wants to help.
(b) That she wants to go home.
(c) That she wants to burn her car.
(d) That she will help the insurrection.
2. What was Mr. Thabane's profession?
(a) He was a political leader.
(b) He was a teacher.
(c) He was a dock worker.
(d) He was a shoe seller.
3. Why did Vercueil abandon his career at sea?
(a) His spine was crushed.
(b) His leg was cut.
(c) His head was split open.
(d) His hand was crushed.
4. What does the young man the narrator and her group meet want?
(a) To use the narrator's gun.
(c) To use the narrator's car.
(d) Help finding his mother.
5. What happens late at night in Part Three?
(a) Florence is arrested.
(b) Florence is wounded in a shootout.
(c) Florence leaves for Zimbabwe.
(d) Florence receives a phone call.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the narrator's name?
2. What is the narrator doing when the boy startles her?
3. What does the John do when he sees the narrator?
4. What is Vercueil curious about?
5. What does Mr. Vercueil say he bought?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where do Mr. Vercueil and the narrator drive?
2. What horrific scene do they encounter when they walk?
3. What does the narrator wonder about her ability to love?
4. What do the narrator and Mr. Thabane discuss about comradeship?
5. What was the narrator planning to do with her car?
6. What happens to Mrs. Curren when she is lying down under an overpass?
7. What happens the morning the doorbell rings repeatedly?
8. What does the narrator recall about her daughter?
9. What does Mr. Vercueil say of the bottle in the paper bag?
10. What directions does Florence give to the narrator when they arrive in the township area at the start of Part Three, pg. 87-115?
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