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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. Regarding his trip, Wormold tells Hawthorne that the purpose is to:
(a) to check out information
(b) meet government officials
(d) recouperate from an illness
2. Hawthorne is known as:
(c) the attache
3. Oriente Province, which he visits is:
(a) the home of the rebels
(b) a vacation resort
(c) new market for vacuum cleaners
(d) big market for vacuum cleaners
4. A cable from London tells Wormold:
(a) to try to recruit Captain Segura
(b) to use Milly as a courier
(c) to minimize contacts with Hasselbacher
(d) to try to recruit Hasselbacher
5. What did Milly do at the age of thirteen when a boy pulled her hair?
(a) she complained to the sisters at the school
(b) she punched him
(c) she cried
(d) she set fire to him
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Wormold worry?
2. In regards to Hawthorne, Wormold decides that he should:
3. How long is Wormold in Santiago?
4. Milly is the:
5. Who does Wormold find is driving Milly home from school:
Short Essay Questions
1. When Wormold learns that Milly wants a horse for her birthday, what two facts does he find disturbing?
2. There is a scene at the Tropicana during Milly's party when a woman squirts Captain Segura with seltzer water. What does Wormold find out from the woman?
3. What indicates that Wormold didn't know what he was getting into when he accepted money from Hawthorne?
4. Why does Wormold tell Hasselbacher that he was given money to provide information?
5. Why is Wormold going through his index card list of agents the next morning?
6. Why doesn't Wormold feel up to his morning daiquiri with Hasselbacher?
7. How does Wormold keep Beatrice from finding his agents?
8. When talking to Milly later that night, what advice does Wormold give her?
9. What word is Mr. Wormold worried about with his vacuum cleaner business?
10. Why is there a curfew in Santiago?
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