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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 is Bond's impression of Sender?
(a) Believes he is a typical Wykehamist.
(b) Thinks they make a good duo for missions.
(c) Impressed by his easy-going nature.
(d) Believes Sender is unfit for the Secret Service.
2. As Bond makes his plans, what does Bond remind himself of often?
(a) Not to forget his appointment.
(b) New York is his favorite city.
(c) Things probably go wrong.
(d) New York has everything.
3. What last move does Bond make before he shoots?
(a) He re-aims the sniperscope.
(b) He glances to see where Number 272 is.
(c) He wipes the sweat off his hands.
(d) He glances down the street to look for the cello player.
4. What is the out of ordinary event at Haus der Ministerien?
(a) All the lit windows.
(b) The time a few of the staff enter and exit the building.
(c) The women's orchestra.
(d) The man that tinkers with a loud car in its parking lot.
5. What is different about the double bedroom that Bond and Sender stay in than a typical flat?
(a) The windows are blackened by paint.
(b) There are no windows.
(c) One of the beds has three mattresses against a curtained window.
(d) The windows are no lights available.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the one major thing New York does not have?
2. How does Bond's arrival to the U.S. begin?
3. According to the grocery clerk, why doesn't New York carry brown eggs?
4. What causes great anticipation in Bond's assignment?
5. What types of books do Bond prefer?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain Number 272 and what the plans are. How is Bond involved?
2. Describe the airport at the beginning of "007 in New York" and how Bond deals with the chaos.
3. What kind of man is Captain Paul Sender? What is his character type and how does this fit in his line of work?
4. For whom and why does Ian Fleming write "007 in New York"?
5. How is "007 in New York" set up differently in its storytelling than the previous three stories in the novel?
6. How are the Americans involved in Bond's mission? What is their reaction and concern?
7. How does Bond spend his first free afternoon? How does virtue triumph in this situation?
8. How does Fleming show his true feelings about New York throughout the story?
9. How does "007 in New York" meet the needs of American readers?
10. What kind of persona does Bond display? Use the Chief Range Officer's impression as an example.
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