1. From where has Raymond Shaw recently returned?
(a) The Gulf War.
(b) World War II.
(c) The Korean War.
(d) The Vietnam War.
2. Why has a local reporter come by to interview Shaw?
(a) Shaw was injured in the war.
(b) Shaw's heroism has granted him celebrity.
(c) The reporter is an old friend of Shaw's.
(d) Shaw has become an anti-war protestor.
3. Why does Shaw concoct a story on the spot about Ed Mavole?
(a) He did not know him.
(b) He did not see him die.
(c) He wants Ed to sound like a hero.
(d) He killed him.
4. Early the next morning, what interrupts Shaw and the young newspaperwoman in the act of sex?
(a) The telephone ringing.
(b) A loud scream.
(c) A crash.
(d) A sharp and insistent knocking on his hotel room door.
5. What has the FBI come to do?
(a) Wake Shaw and remind him of his medal ceremony in Washington.
(b) Interrogate Shaw.
(c) Collect Shaw and fly him to Washington ahead of schedule.
(d) Arrest Shaw in Ed Mavole's murder.
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