Our Man in Havana Test | Mid-Book Test - Hard

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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. The Englishman, whose name is Hawthorne, wants to:

2. Wormold tells Hasselbacher that he was offered money:

3. The duenna is what Wormold's refers to that:

4. What does the Chief want?

5. Wormold tells Milly that he is beginning a new career as:

Short Essay Questions

1. Why does Hawthorne agree to have the Secret Service pay for Wormold's Country Club membership?

2. Milly is a devout Catholic, Womold isn't. Why does he raise her as Catholic?

3. When talking to Milly later that night, what advice does Wormold give her?

4. What warning is contained in the cables from London?

5. What does Wormold learn when he picks up his first cable at the Consulate?

6. 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?

7. What happens when Wormold is on his way to meet Hawthorne?

8. What indicates that Wormold didn't know what he was getting into when he accepted money from Hawthorne?

9. How does Wormold lose Hasselbacher to keep his appointment with Hawthorne?

10. When Wormold learns that Milly wants a horse for her birthday, what two facts does he find disturbing?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

London is so impressed with Wormold's information that they send him a secretary and radio operator. How does this interfere with Wormold's plans? How does he adapt his work routine? What problems did they have?

Essay Topic 2

Is there a hero in the novel? If so, who? Would you consider the Chief or Captain Segura heroes? Why or why not? Explain your answer.

Essay Topic 3

Wormold was motivated by greed. He accepted the job from Hawthorne for the money so he could give Milly the things that she wanted. Do you blame Wormold for this? Do you think he should have learned to say no to Milly and others?

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