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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 Sonoko make the narrator feel?
(d) All of these.
2. Why does the narrator try to fantasize about women?
(a) To impress his father.
(b) He still hopes to meet the woman of his dreams.
(c) He wants to make Sonoko jealous.
(d) He wants to be attracted to them.
3. When the war ends, what does the narrator study at school?
4. What does the narrator do to promise Sonoko he is considering her for marriage?
(a) Gives her a ring.
(b) Speaks with her father.
(c) Locks fingers.
(d) Writes her a letter.
5. Following the break-up with the narrator, what does Sonoko claim to be happy about?
(a) Her financial status.
(b) The war.
(c) Her career.
(d) Her marriage.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the narrator ask Sonoko to do, even though it is inappropriate?
2. How does the narrator feel about being denied to fight in the war?
3. What does the narrator feel after noticing the war has changed Kusano?
4. After avoiding the draft, how does the narrator decide he wants to die?
5. After kissing Sonoko, what does the narrator consider for the first time in his life?
Short Essay Questions
1. What impresses the narrator about the refugees that he sees?
2. When does the narrator get his first opportunity to spend time with Sonoko?
3. Why does the narrator allow Chieko to kiss him?
4. Why does the narrator want to stay in a hotel with Sonoko?
5. What does the narrator believe is possible, in terms of partnering with a woman?
6. Upon witnessing the sight of the air raid victims, what does the narrator want to do?
7. When the narrator learns Sonoko plans to leave town to avoid the air raids, how does he feel and why?
8. When the narrator pretends not to understand what a sodomite is, how do the guys around him react?
9. As the relationship between the narrator and Sonoko grows, why does the narrator struggle with "pangs of consciousness"?
10. When the narrator is excused from the draft, what is he surprised to realize?
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