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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. What do the poor people that travelling westward wear?
(b) Draped white cloth.
(c) A greasy cloth knotted over one shoulder.
(d) Quivers of arrows.
2. Why did they not attack the Rhino on first sight?
(a) A herd of buffalo was blocking their path.
(b) It was too dark to reach the Rhino in time for a shot.
(c) The path to the Rhino was too wet and slippery.
(d) There were too many Rhino to aim at.
3. Who was the only person happy for Karl?
(c) Karl himself.
(d) The skinner.
4. Why does Hemingway not shoot the kuro in his sights?
(a) He already has the head and it doesn't impress him.
(b) Droopy tells him not to.
(c) The meat is worthless and he already has the head.
(d) He has already shot too many.
5. Who writes Spanish Gold?
(c) George A. Buckingham.
(d) Heinrich Mann.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Abdullah do to the guineas that Hemingway shoots down to make them legal to eat?
2. What type of war is the best for a writer?
3. Who never swallows his saliva until sunset during Ramadan?
4. What gives away their presence to the rhino?
5. What is the biggest hazard for Hemingway when shooting large animals?
Short Essay Questions
1. What causes the hunting party to hunt so unusually long into the day?
2. When are Pop and Mama introduced?
3. How successful is their search?
4. What opinions do the author, Pop and Mama reveal about Karl?
5. How does the author, Pop and Mama initially react to the shooting of the first rhino?
6. How does the author initially react to seeing the new hunting country Droopy guides them to?
7. What does Kandinsky say to Hemingway when he first meets him?
8. What is Hemingway's opinion of American writing?
9. What reason does Droopy give for stopping Hemingway shooting the rhino?
10. What effect does the group's lion hunt have on the hunting party?
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