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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 long do Kip and Hana sleep beside each other with no intimacy?
(a) Several days.
(b) Six months.
(c) At least a year.
(d) One month.
2. What does Kip do under bright lights after Lord Suffolk dies?
(a) Look through slides from his honeymoon.
(b) It is unclear.
(c) Look at Lord Suffolk's body.
(d) Examine a new kind of bomb.
3. What does Kip have to use to disable the fuse on the bomb he is telling Caravaggio about?
(b) Frozen oxygen.
4. In a Sikh family, what is traditional for the oldest brother to do?
(a) Get married.
(b) Learn to cook.
(c) Find a place for his parents to live.
(d) Join the army.
5. In addition to dismantling bombs, what did Kip learn about from his mentor?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the English patient walk toward after his truck becomes disabled?
2. Where does Kip's brother go instead?
3. Why was the English patient leaving Gilf Kebir?
4. Who does Caravaggio think was planted in the English patient's expedition?
5. Who catches what Caravaggio knocks off the table?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain how Madox dies and why this is significant.
2. What does Kip's story about the bomb in a pit represent?
3. What do you think it would be like to be Geoffrey Clifton in this story? Why?
4. Describe how Katharine and the English patient fall in love.
5. In the beginning of Chapter 10, how does Kip prove that he is intentional about making his relationships with others solid?
6. Describe the scene in Naples that Kip tells to Hana.
7. What impact does the death of Lord Suffolk have on Kip? How does it affect his relationship with Hana?
8. Describe the hiding game that Hana and Kip play in the dark.
9. Explain the reasoning behind Caravaggio wanting to drug the English patient.
10. What occurs that leads to changes in the relationship between Kip and Caravaggio?
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