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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. Which of the following is the best synonym for the word tome?
2. What overtakes Jack's sadness at the loss of Dillon and Ellis?
(a) Duties necessary to keep the ship running
(b) Desire to go and be with Molly
(c) Consequences of taking the Spanish ship
(d) Rear-Admiral's congratulations
3. What does Jack attend at the Governor's residence?
(a) Meeting with the Captain
(b) Court marshal
4. Who warns Stephen that Captain Harte might be out to get Stephen?
5. Who starts to follow Jack's ship?
(a) French squadron
(b) Spanish squadron
(c) Italian squadron
(d) English squadron
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following was Stephen unable to see on the voyage when the Sophie was near Greece and Egypt?
2. What does Jack insist upon doing while the Dedaigneuse approaches?
3. What happens to Stephen when Dillon is speaking with Stephen in the jolly-boat?
4. What does Stephen believe the petulance between Dillon and Jack will lead to?
5. What does Stephen believe are basically the same thing?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Stephen warn Jack about in regards to his relationship with Molly?
2. What does Stephen see when he bends under the table to retrieve his napkin?
3. For Stephen, what takes precedence over the spiritual emptiness of a life in the Navy?
4. Why does Admiral Keith tell Jack that he will probably never rise to pos-captain?
5. What do Stephen and James discuss after dinner and why does Stephen find it pleasurable?
6. What does Stephen believe is the cause of Tom Simmons' death?
7. Why will the dinner at Captain Harte's be awkward for Stephen?
8. What does Stephen tell Jack he must do in order to recover from the disease he got from Molly?
9. When they are playing, what does Jack confide in Stephen?
10. What proves to Jack and the crew the ship with the blue ensign is from England?
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