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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 is Bao Guozhang also known as?
(a) Father Bao.
(b) Brother Bao.
(c) Crazy Bao.
(d) Uncle Bao.
2. How does Chen respond to Lu's request for a loan?
(a) He says "No."
(b) He says he needs to think about it.
(c) He grants it to him, free of interest.
(d) He grants it to him, but with a high interst.
3. What had the murdered woman eaten less than hour before her death?
(a) Ice cream.
(b) A salad.
(c) A sandwich.
4. What era is "Death of a Red Heroine" set in?
5. What does Chen find odd about Guan's final departure?
(a) That she didn't tell anyone where she was vacationing.
(b) That she only brought one suitcase.
(c) That she didn't withdraw any money from the bank.
(d) That no airline tickets were reserved under her name.
Short Answer Questions
1. The relationship between Yu and Chen is filled with ______.
2. What meal do Chen and Wang have together in Chapter 11?
3. What do Chen and Yu think Wu's motive would be for killing Guan?
4. What color hair does the lady that Chen finds a picture of in Guan's photo album have?
5. What does the man who called Guan on her last night alive say?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Chen find when he returns to Guan's dormitory for the third time?
2. What type of character is Chief Inspector Chen introduced as?
3. Who is Lai Guojun, and why did his relationship with Guan change?
4. What breakthrough realization does Chen have about a clue in the case in Chapter 9?
5. How does the murder victim's profession change the whole tone of the investigation?
6. Who is Peiqin, and what are her thoughts on the the case?
7. What does Zhang do with Chen's poem that he finds?
8. What is the murder victim's name, and why is it significant?
9. What is Wu's alibi for the night of the murder, and why is it suspicious?
10. How can the era that "Death of a Red Heroine" is set in be described?
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