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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. What famous artist is responsible for making the art piece Dr. Fanshawe mentions?
2. What is Bond hoping for to affirm his suspicions of who the Russian Control is?
3. What is the mood in the room, as Bond questions Smythe about his time in the service at the end of WWII?
4. What does Freudenstein's grandfather do before the Russian Revolution?
5. What is Bond fearful of when he notices Smythe's reaction to his visit?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Bond show that he loves and thrives off drama? Give examples from "The Property of a Lady".
2. How is "007 in New York" set up differently in its storytelling than the previous three stories in the novel?
3. How does Bond's description of the cello player foreshadow her involvement with his assignment?
4. Signaling a bid can take many forms. What sly way does the under-bidder communicate with Peter Wilson during the auction of the Emerald Sphere? How is this harder to detect?
5. Describe how Bond and Smythe are careful about their word choice and speech as they speak about Smythe's service in WWII.
6. Explain Bond's internal relationship with the cello player before he discovers the truth. How does this affect him?
7. Describe Times Square in the eyes of James Bond. What does Bond like about the area?
8. How are the Americans involved in Bond's mission? What is their reaction and concern?
9. According to Fleming, describe the four types of drunk in which Smythe falls into.
10. For whom and why does Ian Fleming write "007 in New York"?
Essay Topic 1
"007 in New York" is mainly to contrast Fleming's harsher words about New York in another article. Research New York as it is in the sixties and write about whether Fleming is valid in his opinion.
Essay Topic 2
There are many types of characters in The Living Daylights that are necessary to succeed in the mission to kill Trigger. Describe the different types of characters observed in the Secret Service and how they balance each other within the department.
Essay Topic 3
Bond is given a range of assignments that does not always include a tangible weapon but he still manages to get what he wants. Find examples in each of the story of how Bond uses a variety of weapons to get what he needs. Consider more than just tangible objects. For example, the cello player uses her femininity as a weapon to save her own death even without knowing it.
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