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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 Hope want to add to the northern group?
(a) A southern female.
(b) A mirrored toy.
(c) A southern male.
(d) More protein.
2. Who does Hope join when she reaches the abandoned village?
(b) Mallabar and the whole camp.
(c) Almicar and soldiers.
3. Who was taken back to Grosso Arvore after rescue?
4. What does the popping of a balloon show?
(a) Catastrophe theory.
(b) Fold catastrophe.
(c) Internal time.
(d) External time.
5. Which important character witnesses the truth in Hope's theory.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many southern chimps remain after Mr. Jeb's death and after a chimpanzee fight?
2. According to Hope, what are unchanging features in life called?
3. Who writes Hope a note from a psychiatric hospital?
4. How many times had Usman previously experienced the same issue presumed as the cause of his death?
5. With whom does Hope leave the camp after she gets punched?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Hope ask for to end the fighting among the chimps? What becomes of her request?
2. Explain in detail the chimp attack that Mallabar witnesses.
3. According to Hope, what are life's three important questions?
4. What happens when Hope finally gets Eugene to go with her on an observation?
5. What does Hope learn about Eugene and Ian on her way back to Grosso Arvore after her kidnapping?
6. What, briefly, is the mathematical set John dreams of creating and where is he while he is tries to develop it?
7. What is Hope's relationship with Mallabar at the end of the novel?
8. What leads Hope to believe that Almicar and his soldiers are the only remaining members of the UNAMO force?
9. In the end, what lesson does Hope say she's learned about life?
10. Vail makes two sexual overtures to Hope in the novel. When do they occur and what is common about both occasions?
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