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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. Why does Bowles refuse the offer?
(a) Because he is greedy.
(b) He says he has had to stop his research and that does not cover his expenses.
(c) Because he has to pay Pascali out of that.
(d) Because he thinks they will not honor their offer.
2. What goes wrong with the meeting?
(a) Izzet does not show.
(b) Bowles brings English soldiers.
(c) Pascali is not there to translate.
(d) Bowles does not show.
3. What gives Pascali the courage to bring up the matter of blackmailing Bowles?
(a) Bowles mentions how much he enjoys sex with Lydia.
(b) Bowles begins to berate the people of the Ottoman Empire, calling them savage and without honor.
(c) Bowles laughs at Pascali's concern about breaking the law.
(d) Bowles calls Pascali a wimp.
4. What is Mannfeldt?
(a) A book by Kant.
(b) A ship in the harbor of the island.
(c) A city in Germany.
(d) An armament firm of Germany.
5. What does Bowles say about the stranger with whom he was speaking?
(b) That he comes from Istanbul.
(c) That he is an American.
(d) That he is a German.
Short Answer Questions
1. How much does Pascali ask for keeping Bowles' secret?
2. Why does Pascali want to leave the island?
3. What does Pascali take from Bowles' room?
4. What does Pascali find when he returns home?
5. What does Bowles' notebook indicate?
Short Essay Questions
1. Summarize the interaction between Pascali and Bowles and one probable hidden meaning.
2. What do you think is one of the main purposes of this short chapter?
3. By this section, can we be certain as to whether Pascali is a reliable narrator?
4. What does Pascali seem to forget when he is rejoicing at the prospect of 150 liras?
5. How does the symbolism in this section express the duality of the natures of both Bowles and Pascali?
6. What do you think is Pascali's interpretation of the man he follows and sees laughing with Bowles?
7. What evidence is there that Pascali may be in danger?
8. How is the slaughter of the sheep symbolic of a "slaughter" that takes place within Pascali?
9. How do you think Pascali's perception of Bowles relationship to Pascali enables Pascali to rationalize his blackmail of Bowles?
10. Is there anything in this section that gives a different view of Bowles and perhaps makes him a more likable character?
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