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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 publication first publishes "007 in New York"?
(a) Wall Street Journal.
(b) New York Times.
(c) The New Yorker.
(d) New York Herald Tribune.
2. Why must Bond not reveal his true name in New York?
(a) The assignment is against the U.S.
(b) Bond is wanted by the U.S government.
(c) The person Bond is meeting does not agree to meet if Bond is revealed.
(d) Suspected KGB knows Bond's identity.
3. Why does Bond stay at the Astor Hotel?
(a) It has a great restaurant for lunch.
(b) Its location in Times Square.
(c) It's quiet neighborhood.
(d) It is requested by the other meeting party.
4. According to Bond, what is wrong with "expense-account aristocracy"?
(a) They are picky with their orders and take the servers time away from him.
(b) Their lack of taste deflated the food at the "21".
(c) They are phony first-class citizens.
(d) They have money, but are too cheap to spend it.
5. What does Bond tell the person he is meeting with?
(a) M wants her to return.
(b) The U.S. is watching her at this moment.
(c) The KGB is after her.
(d) The U.S. is soon to find out who she is.
Short Answer Questions
1. Bond's night with Solange is likely spent _____.
2. As Bond makes his plans, what does Bond remind himself of often?
3. What is New York preparing for during Bond's assignment in New York?
4. What does Bond wish to get from Abercrombie's?
5. Why is the Chief Range Officer present?
Short Essay Questions
1. Bond sets up the rendezvous point at Central park Zoo at a certain house. Why does he find it appropriate to meet his assignment at this house?
2. Explain Bond's internal relationship with the cello player before he discovers the truth. How does this affect him?
3. How is the plot of "007 in New York" different from the other plots in the book?
4. Bond is first suspicious of a man at the airport. What thrilling story does he propose for the nondescript man?
5. What kind of man is Captain Paul Sender? What is his character type and how does this fit in his line of work?
6. How does Bond spend his first free afternoon? How does virtue triumph in this situation?
7. How does Bond's description of the cello player foreshadow her involvement with his assignment?
8. Why does Bond fail to kill Trigger despite his perfect aim at the shooting range?
9. For whom and why does Ian Fleming write "007 in New York"?
10. Bond mentions that it would not be a bad thing if he is let go as a Double O agent. How much truth is in this statement and why does Bond say this?
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