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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. How does Didier act when he meets Rosa and Madame Bagnelli on her porch?
(a) Like the cat--he eats some of everything and then leaves.
(b) He is sullen.
(c) He is very inquisitive about Rosa.
(d) He speaks only of Donna and quickly leaves.
2. Where does Brandt Vermeulen's closest friendship lie?
(a) Nationlists Party.
(b) Communist Party.
(c) Ministry of Defense.
(d) Ministery of Interior.
3. In whose olive grove do Rosa and Katya dine one afternoon?
4. What does Bernard say to Rosa about the occurrence with Bassie?
(a) Don't be upset; it will pass.
(b) Go back to Africa; it is what you need.
(c) The chap has no right to speak to you that way.
(d) I will find him and beat him.
5. How many years is Greer sentenced for?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is Greer's trial held at first?
2. According to Rosa, how does suffering end?
3. Where does Bernard suggest he and Rosa travel to at Donna's party as the French Algerians are making a fortune there?
4. How long does it take Rosa to go back to the town where her father died?
5. How is Brandt dressed when he answers the door for Rosa's visit?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Bernard Chabalier?
2. Describe Brandt's home. Why is the modesty of the area in which he lives significant?
3. Who does Fats go to visit and what does he express as his need?
4. What is the consequence of Bassie's phone call for Rosa?
5. Who in Rosa's family is arrested and why?
6. Why might Rosa have chosen a married man as her lover and not the bricklayer she had met?
7. What are Rosa's thoughts concerning her future with Bernard?
8. Who comes to dine on asparagus with Rosa and Katya and what advice do they give Rosa?
9. What is the reason for Flora's party? What specifically do the women discuss?
10. What does Bernard say that the trip to Corsica is all about and what does it actually turn out to be?
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