1. In what typeface is the entire Prologue written?
(a) Regular type.
2. What is the significance of the book, "Shanghai Girls"?
(a) It was written by the main character, Sam.
(b) There is no significance of the book.
(c) It is the prequel to "Dreams of Joy".
(d) It is a less savory view of the lives of some Chinese girls.
3. Who does Joy believe is her biological mother?
4. Who is actually Joy's biological mother?
5. Who is Z. G.?
(a) A farmer.
(b) Joy's father.
(c) A diplomat for the People's Republic of China.
(d) A Chinese official high up in the party.
6. How does Sam die?
7. What does the FBI want Sam to do?
(a) Turn in Joy as a Communist sympathizer.
(b) Work undercover for them in San Francisco.
(c) Work undercover for them in China.
(d) Set up a meeting with some Chinese Communists.
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