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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When does Joyce marry her second husband?
(a) When he is honorably discharged.
(b) When he quits the army.
(c) When he is given compassionate leave.
(d) When he is dishonorably discharged.
2. Where does Joyce go for her first honeymoon?
3. What nationality is Joyce's second husband?
(b) White American.
(c) Black American.
4. What agreement does the skipper of the ship make when he goes down the dangerous part of the coast?
(a) To share the cargo.
(b) To exchange crew members.
(c) To share the profit.
(d) Mutual protection against danger.
5. When does Hamilton write the first letter to his wife during his journey?
(a) January, 1753.
(b) February, 1753.
(c) January, 1752.
(d) December, 1752.
6. Who does Joyce meet around 1939?
7. Who does Hamilton write to while he is on the ship?
(a) Mr. Ellis.
(b) His mother.
(c) His father.
(d) His new wife.
8. What did Captain Hamilton find in the slaves' quarters?
(b) Stolen brandy.
(c) Stolen clothes.
(d) Stolen food.
9. When does the Duke of York reach Sierra Leone?
(a) October 13th.
(b) September 30th.
(c) October 1st.
(d) November 13th.
10. How old is Hamilton?
11. Where is the "cargo" being transported?
(d) The Americas.
12. Who does Joyce become friends with around December, 1939?
13. Who is caught stealing brandy?
(a) The first mate.
(b) The ship's cooper.
(c) The captain.
(d) The second mate.
14. Who is the man that knew Captain Hamilton's father and had done business with him?
(a) Mr. Davey.
(b) John Pierce.
(c) Matthew Arthur.
(d) Mr. Ellis.
15. How many living children does Joyce have by the end of "Somewhere in England"?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Joyce's third husband's name?
2. How does Joyce react to Len's announcement?
3. What is Hamilton's nationality?
4. When a ship is "almost slave," what does this mean?
5. Where does the Duke of York set sail from?
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