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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. Why does the King seal the door to the cellblock after those who invited are inside?
(a) To show the men where the radio is hidden.
(b) To keep out nosey guards.
(c) So other POWs don't smell the cooking and riot.
(d) To show the men where he is digging an escape tunnel.
2. What does Yoshima revoke when he cannot find the radio?
(a) The return to standard rations.
(b) The privilege of playing music with homemade instruments.
(c) The privilege of having camp plays.
(d) The privilege of walking freely through camp.
3. What is the show called that Sean is about to premiere?
(d) King Rat.
4. What does Marlowe recall as they are fumigating the bed?
(a) His young son and daughter.
(b) Why he was captured.
(c) His wife.
(d) The first prison Marlowe was in.
5. Who cleaned up Marlowe when he was first captured?
(a) Sgt. Masters.
(b) Larkin and Mccoy.
(d) Lt. Grey.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Lt. Grey place Marlowe under arrest?
2. How do Marlowe and Ewart fumigate the bed?
3. How does Marlowe injure his left arm?
4. What does McCoy say to Larkin about Prouty?
5. What does the King ask Timsen?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why isn't Marlowe successful in going after the money and how is he care for with the medicines Timsen gets?
2. Why does Sean refuse to go on stage and what changes his mind?
3. What happens when Lt. Grey stumbles from illness and what is the result?
4. Why will the airfield detail have an agreeable aspect to it?
5. Describe Marlowe's visit with McCoy in the infirmary.
6. Describe the "birthday party" of the elite who are invited to a barbecue.
7. Who does the King invite to start up a rat breeding operation and what is the plan?
8. What does Dr. Kennedy say about Marlowe's arm?
9. Who gets a letter from home and how does it seem many POWs feel about letters?
10. Describe the transaction between the King and Shagata.
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