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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. After Dr. King calls Sandecker at home, what does Sandecker forget to do before going back to NUMA?
2. Which branch of the military does Heidi work for?
3. Who may be behind the Free Quebec Society?
4. What does Sandecker do when he is jogging?
5. Why does the dispatcher from Albany call the train station?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is it highly unlikely that someone could tap into Pitt's video transmissions?
2. What have been some challenges that Sarveux has faced during the time he has been Prime Minister?
3. What is the weather like as Sam Harding waits for the Manhattan Limited?
4. Describe the Doodlebug.
5. What is some of the equipment in the NUMA headquarters?
6. Who comes into the Wacketshire station while Harding and Meechum wait for the Manhattan Limited?
7. Why were the tests of the Doodlebug conducted in the Labrador Sea?
8. Why is Mercier worried as he works late at the beginning of Chapter 21?
9. How does Peter Beasley find a reference to the North American Treaty?
10. What were some of the crimes that Max Roubaix committed?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
When Villon asks Gly not to kill Danielle, Gly states that "She's part of the bargain." Argue whether the author provides enough clues for the reader to determine what bargain Gly made and with whom he made the bargain. Use examples from the novel to support your position.
Essay Topic 2
Several characters in the novel perform their duties at great personal risk or hardship. Discuss who these characters are and how they perform their duties in spite of the difficulties or challenges that work to keep them from doing their duty.
Essay Topic 3
Prime Minister Charles Sarveux compares himself to Lincoln. Argue whether Sarveux's struggles to keep Canada are or are not similar to the struggles that Lincoln faced when trying to keep the United States together. Use examples from the book to support your arguments.
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