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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 speaks to Leon above the stern of the Bahia?
(a) Samuel Johnston.
(b) Charles Darwin.
(c) Mary Hepburn.
(d) His Father.
2. Who is drunk and has the hick-ups in Chapter 37?
(a) Leon Trout.
(b) Mary Hepburn.
(c) Adolf von Kleist.
3. Who could be seen as a virtuous knight as in days of yore in Chapter 38?
(a) Major Ricardo Cortez.
(b) Adolf von Kleist.
(d) Charles Darwin.
4. What island does Mary and the Captain land the Bahia?
(a) Melville Island.
(b) Santa Rosalia.
(c) Victoria Island.
(d) Kangaroo Island.
5. Who steers the Bahia during the day in Book 2: Chapter 4?
(a) Siegfried von Kleist.
(b) James Wait.
(c) Mary Hepburn.
(d) Adolf von Kleist.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many Maine lobsters were in aerated tanks of saltwater on board the Bahia before it was looted.
2. Who legally marries Mary Kaplan and Willard Flemming?
3. Who is Sinka?
4. The narrator's mom once told him that he had the blood of a ________ noblemen flowing through his veins.
5. Kamikaze copulates with all the following except, __________.
Short Essay Questions
1. Did James Wait ever reproduce? Explain.
2. In Book 2: Chapter 12, what does the narrator suggest as a means for Mary Hepburn to keep on living with the Captain for a little while longer?
3. Why does James Wait tell Mary Hepburn to call him by his first name? By what name does Mary call James?
4. Does Leon Trout obey the Father's request for him to go into the blue tunnel? Explain.
5. After 10 years on the Island, how does the Captain change?
6. In the beginning of Chapter 13, what is Selena and Hisako seeking and finding?
7. Who does Akiko name one of her daughters after? Explain.
8. What happens to Kazakh in Chapter 31?
9. How does the narrator write this story?
10. According to the narrator, are there anymore left handed people in the world? Explain.
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