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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 does Segura say about the search and ransacking of Hasselbacher's apartment?
2. The Chief uses all of the following terms to describe Hasselbacher:
3. When Wormold arrives at the Nacional for the luncheon, who is waiting for him in the lobby?
4. When Wormold arrives at Carter's hotel room, he:
5. What lent credibility to the drawing submitted by Wormold, according to Hawthorne, was the other sales plans to:
Short Essay Questions
1. What information does Wormold learn from Carter?
2. What does Beatrice remember seeing in Hasselbacher's apartment?
3. What does Captain Segura say of Hasselbacher's death?
4. While playing checkers with Wormold, Captain Segura questions him about his activities. How does Segura explain his position?
5. Why does Wormold go to see Hasselbacher after leaving Beatrice?
6. What does Wormold learn about Hasselbacher from Captain Segura?
7. What are Wormold's plans?
8. As they sit down to play, what does Wormold ask Segura to do?
9. Why is Wormold worried about meeting Hawthorne in Kingston?
10. What does Hasselbacher tell Wormold about his involvement?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Hasselbacher was Wormold's best friend and in some ways one of the most tragic figures in the novel. Discuss Hasselbacher's role. Do you think the was really trapped as he claimed? Why was he killed?
Essay Topic 2
Wormold used Segura's gun to kill Carter. When Segura gave Wormold a going away gift of a miniature whiskey bottle and a bullet, what was he telling Wormold? Do you think he was telling Wormold not to return to Cuba?
Essay Topic 3
Wormold insisted on attending the European's Traders' Association luncheon because he wanted to find the killer. Do you think this was a wise move? What did he want to prove? Why didn't he skip the luncheon?
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