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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 publication first publishes "007 in New York"?
2. Who is David Barlow?
3. What does Bond tell the person he is meeting with?
4. What does the Chief Range Officer do to learn more about Bond?
5. What is M's attitude when Bond meets with him?
Short Essay Questions
1. 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?
2. Describe Times Square in the eyes of James Bond. What does Bond like about the area?
3. Based on Bond's daydreaming plans, use three adjectives to describe his character and why these words describe him.
4. Explain Bond's internal relationship with the cello player before he discovers the truth. How does this affect him?
5. Why does Bond prefer the auto firm that he uses in New York? What is the major benefit for his current situation in New York?
6. How does Bond compare New York to London and Paris as he ponders his day?
7. Bond is first suspicious of a man at the airport. What thrilling story does he propose for the nondescript man?
8. How is "007 in New York" set up differently in its storytelling than the previous three stories in the novel?
9. How are the Americans involved in Bond's mission? What is their reaction and concern?
10. Describe the airport at the beginning of "007 in New York" and how Bond deals with the chaos.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
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
What internal conflicts must Bond and other Secret Service agents deal with when assignments are at odds with his/her morals? How does Bond deal with this conflicting situation in The Living Daylights?
Essay Topic 3
Death and murder are encountered throughout the four short stories. Describe how several characters view death, such as Smythe, Bond, Sender, Trigger, etc. What affects their feelings? Is it different when it is their own death versus someone else's? What other factors influence their thoughts on whether death should or should not occur?
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