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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. What does Pascali think he has found?
(a) A way to break free of the island.
(b) A way to earn a huge sum of money.
(c) A way to gain Lydia's love.
(d) A way to get Bowles off the island immediately.
2. When hearing about the Sultan's fears, how does Pascali feel?
(a) Hopeless for his own safety.
(b) Disgusted that the Sultan worries so much about disease.
(c) Disbelieving of Lydia's statement.
(d) Surprised that the home guard is not loyal.
3. Of what does Pascali become painfully aware?
(a) That Lydia has many suitors.
(b) That Bowles has stirred her desire.
(c) That Lydia is no longer interested in Pascali.
(d) That Pascali no longer is in the loop for information.
4. What is Pascali's purpose on the island?
(a) To set up a puppet government in favor of the Turks.
(b) To monitor the flow of ideas on the island.
(c) To incite the local population to rebel against Germany.
(d) To assassinate the current prime minister.
5. How does Pascali think the unity of the Ottoman Empire can be maintained?
(a) Through religious conversion.
(b) Through a heavy military presence in all the countries that make up the Empire.
(c) Unity can only be maintained through non-mobility.
(d) Through granting independence to rebellious nations.
Short Answer Questions
1. Of what does Izzet warn Pascali?
2. What does Lydia notice that delights Pascali?
3. What meetings does Pascali stop attending months ago?
4. What is the overarching emotion that the newcomer exudes?
5. What is Bowles' reply to Pascali?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the conversation between Lydia and Pascali about the fisherman show that Lydia is lying?
2. What is a theme that predominates this section?
3. Give a brief analysis of the character of Pascali.
4. How does Pascali seem to view the idea of violence in this section?
5. How does Pascali represent the theme of violence symbolically?
6. Of what does Pascali warn the Sultan, which taken in historical retrospect is "bad advice"?
7. How might Pascali actually be creating a wall between him and the townspeople and then misinterpreting the townspeople's actions?
8. What is one theme that seems to be developing in this section?
9. What does Lydia report about the Sultan and how does this report impact Pascali?
10. What are some signs of the high level of tension present on the island?
This section contains 1,200 words
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