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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where is Stein born?
2. When does the attack on Ali's compound - as plotted by Jim - begin?
(a) At midday.
(b) At sunrise.
(c) At sunset.
(d) At midnight.
3. What is the name of the man Jim makes eye contact with during the inquiry trial?
4. Over breakfast, where do Stein and Marlow decide that Jim should go to live?
5. What is the name of the woman Jim falls in love with?
6. How does Jim feel when he learns of the chance to relocate to the place that Stein and Marlow suggest?
7. What does Jim discover in the forepeak of the ship?
8. How long does Jim clutch the tiller in an attempt to avoid being thrown off of the lifeboat?
(a) Three hours.
(b) Two hours.
(c) Ten hours.
(d) Six hours.
9. After leaving Doramin's house, with whom does Jim take up lodging in Patusan?
10. How much time elapses between when the ship has its accident and when Jim finds himself at the official inquiry into the incident?
(a) Three months.
(b) Ten days.
(c) One month.
(d) Two weeks.
11. What is the name of Doramin's son?
(a) Kassim Allang.
(b) John Elliot.
(c) James Conrad.
(d) Dain Waris.
12. What does Stein collect?
13. What is the name of the nautical assessor who is presiding over the inquiry and who captains a steel steamer?
14. In whose courtyard is Jim held prisoner?
15. After hearing about the opportunity that Stein and Marlow have in mind for Jim, how does Jim get to Stein's house for his final instructions?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jim reveal to Marlow during their face-to-face meeting that Jim truly desires?
2. On Marlow's next trip to the region where Jim is working with the ship-chandlers, what does Marlow learn?
3. At the time when the Frenchman and Marlow are conversing, what is Jim's occupation?
4. How many quartermasters does the captain of the rescuing ship send on board the Patna?
5. How old is Stein when he takes part in the revolutionary movement of 1848?
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