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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. Which prisoner agrees to escape with Papillon this time?
2. Who becomes Papillon's new friend at the new prison?
3. What does the man in #155 bring with him on the escape with Papillon?
(a) A pig.
(b) A plan.
(c) Medical supplies.
(d) A map.
4. What is the main livelihood of the people who take in Papillon?
5. What seems to dismay Papillon about the prison?
(a) How the prisoners simply accept their fate.
(b) Why the food is always spoiled.
(c) Why the wardens are changed so often.
(d) Why any men would choose to work there.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens to the men who killed Carobnieri?
2. What town are Papillon and his cohorts taken to by the police?
3. On what is Papillon working in "A Raft in a Tomb"?
4. How do the sharks know to come near the prison to eat the corpses?
5. How old is Papillon when he is transferred to the new island?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the fishing village where Papillon and his cohorts live and where do the police eventually take them?
2. How does Carbonieri die and what rule of survival does Papillon say that Carbonieri failed to uphold?
3. What is Papillon's sole concern upon being rescued and where is he taken?
4. What is Papillon's idea to prevent the sharks from consuming Carbonieri's body?
5. What is a "Lisette" and who agrees to accompany Papillon on his next escape attempt?
6. How does Papillon know that the revolt at the Royale prison has taken place and how does Papillon intervene to get the situation calmed down with the warden?
7. What are Papillon's plans for surviving the eight-year stint of solitary confinement?
8. How does Papillon end his story?
9. Why does Papillon initiate a new escape plan and who does he enlist to help him?
10. What happens to the three prisoners who come to Papillon with the plan for a revolt at Royale prison?
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