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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 the narrator study in college?
2. After avoiding the draft, how does the narrator decide he wants to die?
(a) Because of his own stupidity.
(b) Strung to a tree, with arrows.
(c) In Omi's arms.
(d) With his family.
3. Why does the narrator try to fantasize about women?
(a) He still hopes to meet the woman of his dreams.
(b) He wants to make Sonoko jealous.
(c) To impress his father.
(d) He wants to be attracted to them.
4. On the train, what does Mr. Ohba do in excess?
5. Where are the university students required to work?
(a) The cafeteria.
(b) A war factory.
(c) The military base.
(d) In their hometown.
Short Answer Questions
1. After the narrator kisses Sonoko, he describes her beauty as what?
2. What does Sonoko inspire the narrator to do?
3. From what ailment is the narrator suffering when Chieko kisses him?
4. In college, what does the narrator do to make others believe he is attracted to women?
5. In what month is the narrator invited to visit with Kusano's regiment?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does the narrator decide suicide is a foolish option?
2. Prior to his draft meeting, the narrator suspects his health will make him what?
3. How does the narrator feel after going to the brothel?
4. Why does the narrator want to stay in a hotel with Sonoko?
5. Why do the military doctors think the narrator has tuberculosis?
6. After the narrator kisses Sonoko, what does she expect from him?
7. What does the narrator take extra time to point out, regarding his feelings for Sonoko?
8. What does the narrator believe is possible, in terms of partnering with a woman?
9. When the narrator learns Sonoko plans to leave town to avoid the air raids, how does he feel and why?
10. When the narrator sets out on a bicycle ride with Sonoko, what does he want to happen?
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