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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 Bowles insist that he is doing?
(a) Being honest.
(b) Paying Pascali.
(c) Writing a book.
(d) Helping the field of archeology.
2. Who cowers in his palace?
(a) The King of England.
(b) Abdul-Hamid, the Sultan, cowers in his palace, trusting only his harem and guards.
(c) The Kaiser of Germany.
(d) The King of France.
3. Why does Bowles want a few more days at the site?
(a) To make his getaway on Smith's boat.
(b) To make a few more sketches.
(c) To hide his activities.
(d) To plunder the artifacts more.
4. When Pascali meets Izzet the next time, what does Izzet want?
(a) To know if Smith and Bowles are running drugs.
(b) Pascali does not see Izzet anymore in the story.
(c) To know why Bowles is delaying.
(d) To have Pascali bring Bowles to a place where Bowles can be roughed up.
5. Who is Bowles supposed to meet with at the opening of this section?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Pascali think Lydia has been doing?
2. What does Bowles' notebook indicate?
3. Upon what is Bowles' pretended offer of friendship to Pascali solely based?
4. Who meets Pascali on his way home from Dr. Hogan's?
5. What does Bowles demand?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is the slaughter of the sheep symbolic of a "slaughter" that takes place within Pascali?
2. What does it suggest to you when Bowles insists on the removal of the soldiers at the evacuation site?
3. Explain what Pascali has figured out and how Bowles fits into the picture.
4. Why do you think Pascali continues to let Bowles dictate the terms of their interaction?
5. Summarize the interaction between Pascali and Bowles and one probable hidden meaning.
6. Explain how Pascali and Bowles agree again to be allies and whether you think either man is sincere.
7. How do you think Pascali's perception of Bowles relationship to Pascali enables Pascali to rationalize his blackmail of Bowles?
8. What does Pascali seem to forget when he is rejoicing at the prospect of 150 liras?
9. What do you think is Pascali's interpretation of the man he follows and sees laughing with Bowles?
10. How does Pascali miss an important clue about Bowles because of Pascali's own desires?
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