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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. What is Marco trying to remember?
(a) His dream.
(b) Where he is from.
(c) What happened before the war.
(d) The reason why he moved in with Raymond.
2. What compels Marco to give up women?
(a) His desire to find love.
(b) His disturbing dreams.
(c) Raymond's dislike of all the women.
(d) His realization that he is gay.
3. How does Marco change Shaw's whole world?
(a) By providing free, ready women every night for both of them.
(b) By paying all of Shaw's rent.
(c) By cooking all the meals in the apartment.
(d) By showing Raymond the love he has never known.
4. What is the American patrol is quickly conditioned to believe?
(a) They are in a prison being watched by Chinese and Russian officials.
(b) They are living in comfortable downtime, drinking Coca-Cola and gambling on a game of cards.
(c) They are home watching poker played on television.
(d) They are still on the front lines of battle.
5. What happens when Marco sits by a beautiful woman on a train?
(a) He stares at her.
(b) He gets up and switches seats.
(c) He begins to weep uncontrollably.
(d) He begins to yell at her.
Short Answer Questions
1. What has the FBI come to do?
2. The next day, what does the FBI do to Marco?
3. How old is Raymond when he meets Jocelyn Jordan?
4. How are Iselin's law practices?
5. What happens to Major Marco's condition?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Senator John Iselin proclaim?
2. Why does Shaw end up in Washington early?
3. What does this next flashback reveal about Shaw's mother?
4. Describe the sanitarium.
5. What does Marco tell Rosie?
6. What does Jorgenson do after this meeting with Marco?
7. Why do others not like Iselin?
8. Why does Chunjin arrive at Shaw's office?
9. What does Raymond say when Marco tells him about his dreams?
10. How do Marco and Chunjin get into a fight?
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