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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 view of the world do Bowles and Pascali have in common?
(a) That everyone has a price.
(b) To take care of number one first.
(c) That the world does not care who it deceives as long as they have money.
(d) One of the idea of parallels and symbolism.
2. What does Pascali say of Bowles's speech patterns?
(a) That they are a curious blend of sophistication and peasantry.
(b) That they are seemingly innocent.
(c) That they belie his English origins.
(d) That they sound more German than English.
3. What does Izzet tell Pascali?
(a) That Pasha is not a patient man.
(b) That Pascali will not live through this if it does not work out.
(c) That Bowles must be eliminated.
(d) That Bowles is a scoundrel.
4. 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.
5. What does Pascali wonder about Pasha?
(a) Why he has scared Izzet.
(b) Why he is still alive after all his manipulations.
(c) If he has always been so fat.
(d) What he hasn't acted against Bowles and Pascali yet.
Short Answer Questions
1. What shocking news does Bowles give Pascali?
2. Why does Bowles refuse the offer?
3. What does Pascali see as he's walking home through the market?
4. How much does Pascali ask for keeping Bowles' secret?
5. What does Pascali find when he returns home?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the symbolism in this section express the duality of the natures of both Bowles and Pascali?
2. What is ironic as Pascali reflects on whether to send this latest report to the Sultan?
3. When you read that Bowles does not show up at the hotel for his meeting with Izzet, are you surprised?
4. What is some information that Pascali has learned in this section and do you think any of the information will determine a course of action for Pascali?
5. What do you think is one of the main purposes of this short chapter?
6. In what position does Bowles place Pascali in not meeting with Izzet at the hotel and how is this ironic?
7. What is odd about Pascali's reaction to Bowles's not showing up for the meeting?
8. What do you think is Pascali's interpretation of the man he follows and sees laughing with Bowles?
9. Why do you think Pascali blends reality and illusion to create realism in imaginary settings?
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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