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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 is Maj. Barry asking King to sell?
(a) A pair of scissors.
(b) A Ronson cigarette lighter.
(c) Two packs of cigarettes.
(d) A switchblade.
2. What happens to Daven and Cox?
(a) They are executed.
(b) They are hung in stocks for five days.
(c) They are sent to Ultram Road Jail.
(d) They are flogged.
3. Why is Grey angry?
(a) At the fact that the King still eludes him.
(b) At the fact that Col. Brant upbraids him in front of enlisted men.
(c) At being assigned new duties.
(d) That the Japanese camp commandant accuses Grey of patronizing the guards.
4. About how many litters per year can the Rattus norvegicus have per year?
(b) Anywhere from 5-40 depending upon its individual fertility.
5. About what is the King thinking when he spies a man talking with a native?
(a) Selling the item for Major Barry.
(b) Asking Col. Brant for a transfer.
(c) Doing K.P.
(d) A diamond deal.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Rusa tikus?
2. In what language are the man and native speaking?
3. Of what does Grey say he has heard rumors?
4. How does the King get Vexley talking about rat breeding?
5. On what do the officers depend heavily for survival?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do the King, Marlowe and Max talk about concerning the rat project?
2. Why is Lt. Grey happy at the beginning of Chapter 6?
3. What does Lt. Grey think should happen to the diamond and what does Larkin reply?
4. What does Malowe learn about rats?
5. Describe the raid on Hut 16 and how Daven reacts.
6. Describe Steven.
7. Why are Marlowe's bungalow mates upset that Marlowe refuses the King's offer of a percentage of the tobacco profits?
8. Describe Col. Kennedy's reactions to Steven.
9. How does Marlowe demonstrate the part of his personality that might be labeled risk taker or thrill seeker?
10. Describe The King.
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