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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 building does Bond work in?
2. Why is Smythe's villa name so fitting?
3. How does Bond feel about Freudenstein?
4. Tired of playing mind games, what does Bond offer Smythe?
5. In addition to Bond, who else is at Sotheby's to capture evidence of the Russian Control?
Short Essay Questions
1. In what way does Smythe lead his life? Is it successful or a failure?
2. According to Fleming, describe the four types of drunk in which Smythe falls into.
3. Explain persona non grata and how its declaration of Piotr Malinowksi helps the United Kingdom.
4. Smythe likes to swim and feed the fishes and octopus around his villa. Describe his relationship with the sea animals by his beach.
5. Why does Bond visit Kenneth Snowman and is his visit successful?
6. What kind of relationship must Bond always have when he meets new people? Why?
7. Smythe realizes the scorpion fish pricks him. What does Smythe concern himself with in the last minutes of his life? Why?
8. Freudenstein works in London with the Purple Cipher. Describe Freudenstein's role in the espionage world.
9. 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?
10. 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?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The genre of James Bond books are espionage/spy thrillers that usually consists of suspense. Explain how Fleming creates suspense in each of his stories. Where is the climax in each story?
Essay Topic 2
Research Fleming's biography and discuss how his real life relates to his James Bond series.
Essay Topic 3
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.
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