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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 6.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Juan Vitto prescribed when a doctor visits?
(c) More reading.
(d) Over the counter ibuprofen.
2. What does Maruja give herself to keep her sanity?
(a) Two hours of solitude a day.
(b) A time for prayer to the Holy Infant once a day.
(c) One-on-one conversations with Beatriz to keep focus on reality.
(d) A cigarette as soon as she wakes up to the gloomy mornings.
3. What does Escobar propose in one of his letters to his lawyer when in negotiations with the Notables?
(a) Escobar's family is free of any indictments and offered security from enemies.
(b) Escobar gets to have a personal prison camp in Envigado.
(c) Escobar will surrender 100+ of his men if he is offered amnesty from extradition.
(d) Escobar is willing to give all goods and money with proof that no one is extradited.
4. What does Villamizar think of Guido Parra?
(a) That Parra is a brilliant negotiator.
(b) That Parra is dangerous for his intelligence of the law.
(c) That Parra is a crooked opportunist.
(d) That Parra is a serious man but with no real direction.
5. How do the police know how to reach Beatriz's husband?
(a) Beatriz and her husband are well-known politicians.
(b) Alberto Villamizar informs them.
(c) Beatriz's husband reaches them first when he hears the news report.
(d) A note in her bag says to call him in case of an emergency.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does everyone call the man who seems to lead the kidnapping?
2. If the drug traffickers turn themselves in, what law gives drug traffickers immunity from the punishment that most of them fear?
3. Who begins a personal campaign to contact Escobar?
4. Who is the first family member to arrive at the scene of Maruja's and Beatriz's abduction?
5. From the list below, which is one example of the relaxed freedom given to Marina, Maruja, and Beatriz?
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