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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. What does Bond fear about the marriage of Llewellyn to Masters?
2. Where does Bond discover the spies' hideout?
3. What prevents Bond from killing the assassin's cohorts?
4. Why does the assassin kill the dispatch-rider?
5. How long does Colonel Johns say it should take Bond to get to Frelighsburg?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Bond interested in the Gypsy camp?
2. What does Bond think of Judy? How does he react to being discovered?
3. What is a "crash dive"?
4. Why does Bond remark that he would rather fly slowly and comfortably than fast and uncosseted?
5. What is Bond's opinion of the governor?
6. How does Masters respond when Rhoda attempts to reconcile with him?
7. Why is Bond alarmed at the snapping of a twig?
8. Describe Major Gonzales.
9. Describe the appearance of the assassin in the first chapter of the book.
10. What equipment does Johns recommend Bond acquire for his mission?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Throughout FOR YOUR EYES ONLY James Bond struggles with the appropriateness of killing. Explore three instances of this conflict. When does Bond feel killing is appropriate and/or justified? When does he feel it is not? Do you agree or disagree?
Essay Topic 2
Enrico Colombo and Bond end up becoming quite friendly by the end of the fourth chapter. Why are they so compatible? Compare and contrast their personal and professional characteristics citing specific examples from the text.
Essay Topic 3
How is status important in the book? Write an essay on one of the following:
1) How does the superior/subordinate relationship between James Bond and M shape the story of the book? Cite three examples.
2) How do social distinctions shape the story of Phillip Masters and Rhoda Llewellyn.
3) How does status feed they interpersonal dynamics that lead to the murder of Milton Krest.
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