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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. Who has become addicted to morphine?
2. Who once came to Kip during a dangerous bomb dismantling?
(a) His brother.
(b) Mrs. Smith.
(c) Miss Morden.
(d) His parents.
3. What do Kip and Hana try to find in their game as they move around the villa?
(a) Special foods.
(b) The dog.
(c) Hidden treasures.
(d) Each other.
4. How does the English patient describe this time of Katharine's life?
(a) As a psychotic break.
(b) As a mid-life crisis.
(c) As a crucial state in development.
(d) As a time of self-discovery.
5. How does Lord Suffolk die?
(a) The doctors aren't sure.
(b) He kills himself.
(c) A bomb explosion.
(d) A car crash.
Short Answer Questions
1. How long do Kip and Hana sleep beside each other with no intimacy?
2. To whom does Hana write a letter before she leaves the villa?
3. In Chapter 6, who does the English patient begin to talk to about his past?
4. Where does Katharine approach the English patient to tell him how she feels about him?
5. What does Kip admire about the English patient?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is prejudice brought up in Chapter 7?
2. How does Hana resolve the issue of her father's death?
3. Describe the hiding game that Hana and Kip play in the dark.
4. What occurs that leads to changes in the relationship between Kip and Caravaggio?
5. Who is Miss Morden? Why is she significant to Kip?
6. Why would the English patient need to be particularly careful around Geoffrey Clifton? What was significant about his character?
7. What impact does the death of Lord Suffolk have on Kip? How does it affect his relationship with Hana?
8. How does Kip save another life from being lost after Lord Suffolk?
9. Explain how the English patient came to be severely burned.
10. Why would Kip share with Caravaggio the story about dismantling a bomb in a pit?
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