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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why can one not drink seriously in a French cafe according to Bond?
2. According to M, who are "well-dug" in the banana republics?
3. Why does Bond dislike Nassau?
4. Where is Content located?
5. Upon what sound does Bond reflect while sitting in M's office?
Short Essay Questions
1. Besides murdering her parents, what else do Von Hammerstein and his goons do to threaten Judy?
2. Describe the circumstances of Bond's arrival at Echo Lake.
3. How does the Havelocks' meeting with Gonzales end?
4. Why does the Canadian Commissioner wish to keep the business of Colonel Johns and Bond at a distance?
5. Why does M want Bond to investigate the SHAPE assassination?
6. Who saves Bond? And how?
7. Why is Bond interested in the Gypsy camp?
8. What brings Bond to Nassau?
9. How does Rhoda humiliate Masters?
10. What does Bond think of Judy? How does he react to being discovered?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The frightening first scene in second chapter of FOR YOUR EYES ONLY begins with a detailed description of a streamertail hummingbird, "the most beautiful bird in Jamaica." Why does Fleming start the scene this way? What does the streamertail symbolize? Use specific examples from the text.
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the role of women in FOR YOUR EYES ONLY. Examine their distinct strengths and limitations citing at least two characters as examples. How do they compare to the male characters? What do you believe the authors attitude toward the sexes is?
Essay Topic 3
Throughout the book the reader finds Bond on his own in the forest. Using at least three examples, discuss how the author uses the woods, wildlife and natural beauty to ratchet up tension tension in the novel and develop the character of 007.
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