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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. While Beatrice is talking to Wormold, who arrives?
2. What does the Chief tell Hawthorne to look into arranging for Wormold?
3. What name does Wormold mention when the police question him?
4. When the police find Wormold's postcard to Hasselbacher, Wormold tells them that Hasselbacher is:
5. In regards to Hawthorne, Wormold finds that the Consulate:
Short Essay Questions
1. Wormold sends a list of three names who are his sub-agents. Where does he obtain the names from?
2. Why is there a curfew in Santiago?
3. Why doesn't Wormold feel up to his morning daiquiri with Hasselbacher?
4. Why is Wormold going through his index card list of agents the next morning?
5. 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?
6. Why does Wormold tell Hasselbacher that he was given money to provide information?
7. What word is Mr. Wormold worried about with his vacuum cleaner business?
8. How does Wormold get the British to pay for his yearly trip to visit retailers?
9. When Wormold learns that Milly wants a horse for her birthday, what two facts does he find disturbing?
10. How does Wormold keep Beatrice from finding his agents?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What is your opinion of the novel? Does it seem probable to you? Would you recommend the book to others? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 2
When Wormold met with Hawthorne, he didn't ask any questions. Do you think Wormold understood what was expected of him? Did the money influence Wormold?
Essay Topic 3
Evaluate the Chief's handling of the Havana situation? Do you think he did the right thing with the message that the constructions were a failure? What would have happened if he didn't devise this plan?
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