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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. With whom does Pascali notice Bowles having a growing relationship?
(b) The bartender.
(c) The lone polizi on the island.
2. What do Lydia and Pascali talk about concerning the boats?
(a) The way the boats seem to be changing hands.
(b) The sinking of two boats this week.
(c) The manufacturing of so many new boats.
(d) The boats' boarding by the garrison.
3. Why does Pascali need new glasses?
(a) He doesn't like the frame style.
(b) His are badly scratched.
(c) His are broken.
(d) His are old.
4. What does Bowles claim to Pasha that he has found?
(a) A letter indicating that someone else owns the land Bowles is leasing.
(b) Numerous human bones.
(c) An artifact that is from WWI that proves the Germans did occupy this island.
(d) Objects of great historical and monetary value at the site.
5. Who does Pascali follow?
(a) Smith and Lydia.
(b) Lydia and Bowles.
(c) Lydia and Izzet.
(d) No one.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is too smart to get caught red-handed?
2. What does Pascali think about the things Lydia does at the dinner table?
3. What does Herr Gesing believe about British trade?
4. Why does Pascali decide to seek out Lydia?
5. How does Pascali portray Bowles?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the conversation at dinner reveal much about some of the characters?
2. How does the conversation between Lydia and Pascali about the fisherman show that Lydia is lying?
3. What are some signs of the high level of tension present on the island?
4. Describe the presentation of the wax figure of the Saint and how you might interpret this event.
5. What is ironic as Pascali reflects on whether to send this latest report to the Sultan?
6. What are some clues that Pascali thinks he has inadvertently given as to his status as a spy?
7. What are some images that seem to suggest the violence that is simmering just below the surface on this island?
8. How does Pascali now see Bowles and how might that insight be both inaccurate and dangerous?
9. What is one theme that seems to be developing in this section?
10. How does Pascali seem to view the idea of violence in this section?
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