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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 gives Pascali the courage to bring up the matter of blackmailing Bowles?
(a) Bowles calls Pascali a wimp.
(b) Bowles mentions how much he enjoys sex with Lydia.
(c) Bowles laughs at Pascali's concern about breaking the law.
(d) Bowles begins to berate the people of the Ottoman Empire, calling them savage and without honor.
2. Where does the person go who Pascali is following?
(a) Into a bar called the Agoraki.
(b) To Pasha's home.
(c) To Lydia's home.
(d) To the excavation site.
3. Who does Pascali follow?
(b) A large white man with gaps in his teeth.
(d) Lydia and Bowles.
4. What is the likely reason Bowles has suddenly brought up the presence of the soldiers?
(a) As a stalling tactic.
(b) As more leverage.
(c) Because he wants to discomfit Pasha.
(d) To be doubly obnoxious.
5. What does Pascali know about Izzet and Pasha regarding payment?
(a) They do not know they are being blackmailed.
(b) They do not care if they lose such a small sum of money.
(c) They have no choice but to pay the 700 lira that Bowles demands.
(d) They do not have that much money.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Bowles leave to meet?
2. Of what does Pascali write to the Sultan again?
3. What does Bowles believe about Greek statues?
4. Why does Pascali want to leave the island?
5. How does Pascali close his report?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain what Pascali has figured out and how Bowles fits into the picture.
2. Explain how Pascali and Bowles agree again to be allies and whether you think either man is sincere.
3. In what position does Bowles place Pascali in not meeting with Izzet at the hotel and how is this ironic?
4. How does the symbolism in this section express the duality of the natures of both Bowles and Pascali?
5. How is the previous foreshadowing come to completion in this final section?
6. What is ironic as Pascali reflects on whether to send this latest report to the Sultan?
7. Is there anything in this section that gives a different view of Bowles and perhaps makes him a more likable character?
8. How does Pascali now see Bowles and how might that insight be both inaccurate and dangerous?
9. What is odd about Pascali's reaction to Bowles's not showing up for the meeting?
10. Why do you think Pascali blends reality and illusion to create realism in imaginary settings?
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