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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 building does Bond work in?
(a) A contemporary skyscraper.
(b) A non-descript brick building.
(d) An old warehouse.
2. What is Bond's mood as the auction for Lot 42 starts to wind down?
(a) Assured and excited he finds out who the Russian Control is.
(b) Nervous because he does not seen a signal.
(c) Nervous that M is angry if he fails in this assignment.
(d) Angry at himself for not seeing the signal.
3. What department does Bond work for?
(a) Court of Protection.
(c) Ministry of Justice.
(d) Ministry of Defense.
4. What reassures Snowman that Bond is someone he can like?
(a) Bond telss Snowman the truth immediately without mind games.
(b) Bond's knowledge of the pieces of work on display.
(c) Bond's ability to speak Russian.
(d) Bond's knowledge of Old Russia.
5. What is Freudenstein's maternal history that helps her gain British trust?
(a) Her grandmother is friends with Churchill.
(b) Her mother participates in the resistance against the Revolution.
(c) Her mother is English.
(d) Her mother works for the British secret service.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Smythe miss, despite his frustration when it happens?
2. How does Bond like the current state of crime in London?
3. What common theme do all the Lots of the auction have?
4. What business does Bond have with Smythe?
5. What is Miss Freudenstein's role with the British Secret Service?
Short Essay Questions
1. What kind of relationship must Bond always have when he meets new people? Why?
2. Why does Bond visit Kenneth Snowman and is his visit successful?
3. Smythe ruffles through papers when one catches his eye. Describe Smythe's actions when he sees the envelope and how his actions illustrate his character.
4. When Dr. Fanshawe, M, and Bond are talking in M's office, Dr. Fanshawe tends to look down when he speaks to Bond. However, he immediately looks up when asked about the Emerald Sphere. Why is this?
5. How does Bond show that he loves and thrives off drama? Give examples from "The Property of a Lady".
6. During Smythe and Bond's talk in the living room, Smythe is slightly more relaxed to know that Bond smokes cigarettes. Why does Smythe feel this way?
7. From what little is known about Oberhauser and his interactions with Smythe, what can the reader gather about his character?
8. Smythe expresses boredom with his life in Jamaica, yet he does little to change it. What stops Smythe from doing more with his boredom?
9. When Bond visits Smythe, Bond does not reveal his true intentions immediately. However, Smythe's first thoughts are "They have... found out." What does he mean by "they" and what does this mean about his expectations of this visit?
10. Bond is not a major character in Octopussy and his role is very minor compared to his usual services for the British Secret Service. How and why does he enter Smythe's life?
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