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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. Why are H and Yoshiko going on a train?
(a) To witness a religious event.
(b) To visit their cousin.
(c) To see an exhibition.
(d) To visit their grandparents.
2. What did Tamori's wife supposedly do?
(a) Refuse to wear the National Dress.
(b) Spy on the Japanese military.
(c) Have an affair while Tamori was away.
(d) Steal food rations from her neigbors.
3. Why does Morio want to become a fireman?
(a) To avoid being forced to work in a factory.
(b) To gain more meaning in his life.
(c) To impress his wife.
(d) To help his neighbors in a more heroic way.
4. What does Toshiko need to convince her neighbors to do?
(a) Buy war bonds.
(b) Donate a certain percent of their earnings to the needy.
(c) Work full-time in the artillery factory.
(d) Give away all their silver and gold.
5. Why does H finally decide to join the rifle club?
(a) H wants to be best friends with Furuta.
(b) H wants protection from Tamori.
(c) H wants to learn how to protect his family.
(d) H is bored.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why do the police take Morio in for questioning?
2. What will happen if more bombs are dropped?
3. Why is H expelled from the riding club?
4. Where does H tell his parents he is going when he visits Noodles?
5. What two sports are banned?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the purpose of the bucket brigades?
2. In what way do we again see H's resourcefulness in chapter 44?
3. How does H demonstrate his resourcefulness in Chapter 5?
4. Why are Chinese people being discriminated against in Japan?
5. Is H taking the right steps toward healing?
6. What does H trying a cigarette for the first time symbolize?
7. Did H make the right decision by returning to Kobe?
8. Is H's new job in Chapter 50 a good fit for him?
9. Should Toshiko allow H to read books besides the Bible?
10. How does H show compassion for his friend Girly Boy?
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