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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. Where does the torpedo ship land?
(c) St. Barts.
2. Which man comes to Papillon with a plan for escape?
(a) Jacques Fournier.
(b) Vincent Boulange.
(c) Romeo Salvida.
(d) Pascal Gaudet.
3. What challenge does Papillon and his new cohorts face when they begin their journey?
(a) Sting Rays.
(d) Rough seas.
4. Papillon is so affected by Carobnieri's death that he ___________________.
(a) Goes on a starvation diet.
(b) Wants to die too.
(c) Writes a letter to Carobnieri's wife.
(d) Vows to avenge Carobnieri's murder.
5. Papillon is warned that he cannot escape from the island in #146 because of __________________.
(a) The sharks.
(b) The squealers.
(c) The guards.
(d) The high seas.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is acquitted of his role in Papillon's escape attempt?
2. Papillon and his cohorts end up on the coast of which country?
3. What is Papillon's only job at the new prison?
4. In what year is Papillon transferred to another island?
5. How does Papillon know that this escape attempt is a success?
Short Essay Questions
1. What ill fate does Sylvain come to during the escape attempt with Papillon?
2. What is Papillon's new escape plan to get off of Diable?
3. How does Papillon manage to get transferred back to Diable where his chances of escape are more favorable?
4. Describe Papillon's rescue by the torpedo ship.
5. What is a "Lisette" and who agrees to accompany Papillon on his next escape attempt?
6. For what reason is Papillon sentenced to eight years in solitary confinement?
7. What does Papillon call the "extraordinary" change in his character?
8. What happens to the three prisoners who come to Papillon with the plan for a revolt at Royale prison?
9. What is Papillon's sole concern upon being rescued and where is he taken?
10. How does Papillon end his story?
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