1. How old is the author in 1933?
2. Who takes his father off the train?
(a) The Japanese Thought Policeman and the Japanese Military Policeman.
(b) The Korean Thought Policeman and the Korean Military Policeman.
(c) The conductor.
(d) The engineer.
3. What is the train compartment like?
(a) It is filthy and loud.
(b) It is comfortable and smells of jasmine tea.
(c) It is half empty and cold with ice on the windows.
(d) It wis overcrowded and stuffy.
4. Where does the train stop?
(a) Right next to an open field.
(b) In the middle of the bridge.
(c) It stops at the last Korean town before Manchuria.
(d) In Manchuria.
5. How do the other passengers react when the father is being questioned?
(a) They ask why he is being questioned.
(b) They push the inquisitors out of the compartment.
(c) They turn their heads and look away.
(d) They stand up and defend him.
6. Why is the father weak?
(a) He is getting old.
(b) He has been in jail for years for his resistance-movement activities.
(c) He is fasting.
(d) He has recently been ill.
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