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Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Pascali learn about the phrase "terra rossa"?
(a) That there is actually no such material.
(b) That it is slightly radioactive.
(c) That it is bauxite, a non-plastic, clay-like material, generally red in color.
(d) That it is only used in very primative cultures for making wood-fired dishes.
2. Why does Pascali visit Dr. Hogan?
(a) Because his eyesight is getting worse.
(b) To relate to someone who is honest.
(c) Pascali needs a kind conversation and information.
(d) To get a shot and information.
3. What shocking news does Bowles give Pascali?
(a) That the Sultan is on his way to being deposed.
(b) That Germany has occupied Constantinople.
(c) That the Sultan is dead.
(d) That Lydia is actually a German government agent.
4. What hinges upon Izzet fulfilling Bowles's demand?
(a) Bowles leaving the island.
(b) Further negotiations.
(c) Any artifacts being turned over to the State.
(d) Any more money.
5. What does Pascali realize that Bowles believes about himself?
(a) Bowles believes he is the messiah of Greek art.
(b) Bowles believes he is above the law.
(c) Bowles believes he is a prophet.
(d) Bowles believes himself to be on a mission from a higher power.
Short Answer Questions
1. For what purpose would he do the answer to question #97?
2. What does Pascali know about Izzet and Pasha regarding payment?
3. To what does Pascali agree?
4. What does Pascali take from Bowles' room?
5. What does Pascali see as he's walking home through the market?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do you think is one of the main purposes of this short chapter?
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 do you think Pascali's perception of Bowles relationship to Pascali enables Pascali to rationalize his blackmail of Bowles?
5. How is the previous foreshadowing come to completion in this final section?
6. How does Pascali miss an important clue about Bowles because of Pascali's own desires?
7. Why do you think Pascali blends reality and illusion to create realism in imaginary settings?
8. How does Pascali now see Bowles and how might that insight be both inaccurate and dangerous?
9. How is the slaughter of the sheep symbolic of a "slaughter" that takes place within Pascali?
10. What evidence is there that Pascali may be in danger?
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