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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the author use to establish the relationship between Frank and McCarthy, his foreman?
(a) First person point-of-view.
(b) Another character's observations.
(c) Conversational dialog.
(d) Physical description.
2. How is the city of San Francisco described?
(a) As becoming a world cultural center.
(b) As making a strong economic comeback.
(c) As rebuilding from a major earthquake.
(d) As being left in ruins from the war.
3. What best describes the territory of the Rocky Mountain States?
4. What Axis power is most accepting of The Grasshopper Lies Heavy?
5. What does Frank's use of the I Ching suggest about him?
(a) He puts faith in its advice.
(b) He has no one to talk to.
(c) He yearns for Japanese acceptance.
(d) He is of Oriental heritage.
6. While visiting with Tagomi in Chapter 5, what does Baynes feel regret about?
(a) A political action.
(b) A public speech.
(c) An airline conversation.
(d) The cultural prejudice.
7. What Joe does suggest that Abendsen's living in a place called The High Castle reflects?
(a) Wisely seeking a peaceful retreat.
(b) Cowardly escaping adoring readers.
(c) Vainly treating himself as royalty.
(d) Safely getting a world perspective.
8. Joe's comments about the war and the Germans show that he is opposed to ___________.
9. What has caused Africa to become a wasteland?
(a) Asian exploitation of resources.
(b) Italian colonization.
(c) Nazi experimentation on humans.
(d) American bombing.
10. How does Ramsey feel about Tagomi's request that he select the gift for Baynes?
11. What are the pincos of Sacramento described as being?
(a) The lower class farm laborers.
(b) A powerful mobster organization.
(c) The puppet white government.
(d) An underground network of spies.
12. According to Tagomi, what aspect of the German massacre of the Jews caused the Japanese to refuse to participate?
(a) It was costly and dangerous.
(b) It was barbaric and racist.
(c) It was irrelevant and distracting.
(d) It was unsupervised and unholy.
13. When Childan returns to his office in Chapter 4, who does the client waiting for him claim to represent?
(a) A businessman from the Middle East.
(b) A leader of the Third Reich.
(c) An agent from the Trade Commission.
(d) An Admiral of the Imperial Army.
14. What is Childan upset over as the novel opens?
(a) A store robbery.
(b) A missed appointment.
(c) An artist's complaint.
(d) An undelivered package.
15. According to Childan, what is special about some of the people his shop gives him the opportunity to meet?
(a) They can raise his social status.
(b) They see him as a man.
(c) They share in his political views.
(d) They are willing to help others.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Childan do as a result of what he has learned from the university in Chapter 4?
2. Why does Childan most likely have the fresh marigolds and background music playing in his shop?
3. What are Frank 's intentions when he returns to the factory?
4. In Chapter 3, what do we learn about how Juliana Frink makes her living?
5. Tagomi expresses his dislike of the German practices toward what group of people?
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