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Multiple Choice Questions

1. When Chance tells EE that he has been with a sick man upstairs during the dinner party, what does she think about Chance?
(a) He is an angel to always be helping people.
(b) He annoyed her because he left her to help someone.
(c) He is lying.
(d) He wasted his time.

2. What is the one thing Grunmann has found out about Chance by snooping on him in New York?
(a) All he does in watch TV constantly.
(b) He has no money to his name.
(c) He is preparing to murder Mr. Rand.
(d) He is in love with EE Rand.

3. Who does Sulkin think Gardiner actually is?
(a) A leading member of an American elitist faction planning a coup d'etat.
(b) A major leader of the American Communist Party preparing for a revolution.
(c) A Republican masquerading as a Democrat to get inside information.
(d) A German spy.

4. How does Chance feel about EE being in bed next to him once they get home?
(a) He is sexually excited by being with her.
(b) He prefers to just look at her and thereby memorize and possess her.
(c) He is terrified to be alone with her.
(d) He wants to touch her one spot at a time.

5. What does Grunmann tell the President about the Soviets?
(a) They are making progress on Gardiner's identity.
(b) That Skrapinov has been insulted by Gardiner.
(c) That their curiosity about Gardiner has also turned up nothing.
(d) That Gardiner could be one of their spies.

6. Where has Chance seen the President before?
(a) On TV during a military parade.
(b) At news press conference.
(c) During a visit to the White House.
(d) As he was walking down a street in New York.

7. A woman sitting next to Chance at dinner praises him for what reason?
(a) He yelled at the man sitting across from him.
(b) He can reduce complex issues to simple terms.
(c) He is the best looking man she has ever seen.
(d) He wears fashionable suits.

8. When a man sitting across from Chance asks him what the government will do about industrial poisons, what is Chance's response?
(a) There is no other choice but to use poisons.
(b) He refuses to give an answer.
(c) Poisons are bad for a garden.
(d) Industry must thrive no matter what.

9. When Ambassador Skrapinov can get no information on Chance's background from the Special Section, what is his reaction?
(a) He accepts that Chance has no history and lets it go at that.
(b) He is happy that there is no bad news to report on Chance.
(c) He has the agent from the Special Section promoted.
(d) He cannot believe that Chance has no history.

10. What is the result of Sulkin's analysis of Gardiner?
(a) He is a very emotionally well-adjusted American political figure.
(b) He is merely a gardener having a joke on us all.
(c) He has no real politcal clout in America.
(d) He is a fraud impersonating an American political figure.

11. Why does Chance stare directly into the President's eyes when he meets him?
(a) He is nervous and does not know where else to look.
(b) He sees that the President's eyes are bloodshot.
(c) He knows it is polite in society to look someone in the eye.
(d) He recalls that the President always looks straight into the eyes of the viewer on TV.

12. When Chance tells Mr. Rand that he's looking better, what does Mr. Rand tell him?
(a) That he has made a miracle recovery.
(b) That it's all make-up and he is a dying man.
(c) That he is not afraid of death.
(d) That he feels like a new man.

13. What does Chance speak about when the President asks him a question about Wall Street?
(a) He compares it to a television program.
(b) He talks about the Old Man's big house.
(c) He compares it to a garden.
(d) He admits he knows nothing about it.

14. After the U.N. reception, where does EE take Chance?
(a) To a dinner party at a friend's home.
(b) To a television station for another interview.
(c) Back home to her bedroom.
(d) To the offices of Women's Wear Daily.

15. When a man with long gray hair first sits down to speak with Chance, what does Chance understand about what he is saying?
(a) He does not understand what the man is talking about.
(b) He knows the man is talking about politics.
(c) He believes the man wants to have a laugh with him.
(d) He understands that the man is propositioning him.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Chance say to Mrs. Aubrey when she tells him about all of the people who want interviews with him?

2. What does EE discover about Chance after going through all of his belongings and asking him questions about his past?

3. Why does Chance believe that the sense of sight is better than the sense of touch?

4. Who else is spying on Gardiner?

5. What does the Russian Ambassador take a chance on doing during his speech to the International Congress of the Mercantile Association in Philadelphia?

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