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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) New York Herald Tribune.
(d) The New Yorker.
2. How long does Bond expect to be in the U.S.?
(a) No more than 24 hours.
(b) Over the next two days.
(c) Less than twelve hours.
(d) For a week.
3. What familiarity does Bond experience in the building on Kochestrasse and Wilhlemstrasse?
(a) The decor of the building.
(b) The sounds on the streets.
(c) Smell of cabbage, cheap cigar and stale sweat.
(d) The architecture of the neighborhood.
4. One of Bond's best meal in New York consists of _____.
(a) Clam chowder and a Miller Lite.
(b) Oyster stew and a Miller High Life.
(c) Scrambled eggs with white wine.
(d) Seafood bisque with pink champagne.
5. What is Bond's last result when he tests his new weapon?
(a) Does not reach the target.
(b) On target.
(c) Too far left.
(d) Bond's last two shots are too low.
Short Answer Questions
1. When is "007 in New York" first published in America?
2. What does Bond add to his coffee when he makes his breakfast?
3. What does Bond think of his new weapon?
4. What is Bond's impression of Sender?
5. What is prepared by the time Bond returns to the apartment his first time out?
Short Essay Questions
1. Bond is first suspicious of a man at the airport. What thrilling story does he propose for the nondescript man?
2. How does Bond's description of the cello player foreshadow her involvement with his assignment?
3. Based on Bond's daydreaming plans, use three adjectives to describe his character and why these words describe him.
4. For whom and why does Ian Fleming write "007 in New York"?
5. Bond assumes his shot scares the living daylights out of Trigger. How is this a dangerous assumption and one that is not good for Bond?
6. Explain Bond's internal relationship with the cello player before he discovers the truth. How does this affect him?
7. How does "007 in New York" meet the needs of American readers?
8. 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?
9. What clues are given as Bond plans out his day that foreshadows the ending of "007 in New York"?
10. How is "007 in New York" set up differently in its storytelling than the previous three stories in the novel?
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