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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 George tell Rachel, in Chapter 28, to help her deal with the news she receives?
(a) If she doesn't toughen up, she will have to come back in another incarnation.
(b) She has to trust that there is a greater purpose and a reason for her suffering.
(c) Her loved ones are in a better place now.
(d) She is destined to be an important part of their movement.
2. The Sherbans don't care much for what?
(a) Social mores.
(c) Popular music.
(d) Political ideology.
3. How many times have the Shammat tried to kill George, as of Chapter 31?
4. What happens to Lynda after her lover's death?
(a) She stops eating.
(b) She commits suicide.
(c) She goes into a psychotic depression.
(d) She kills someone.
5. What do the Shammat want to do with Benjamin in Chapter 26?
(a) Assassinate him.
(b) Capture him and force him to stop being a leader, and kill him if he refuses.
(c) Send him to a penal colony.
(d) Re-educate him.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Raymond Watts?
2. Why does Johor want to find his comrades in Chapter 20?
3. What ideologies rose to replace the declining ones, in Chapter 19?
4. Who is George Herbert?
5. Which family does Johor choose, and why?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the result of the arguments presented at the mock trial?
2. How does Rachel feel about the conversations George has with his teacher, Hasan?
3. What does Chen Liu report about George in Chapter 32?
4. What is contained in Sharma and George's letters to one another in Chapter 29?
5. What happens to Rachel as a result of her plot in Chapter 31?
6. Who is Lynda Coleridge?
7. What are the effects of short lifespans, as explained in Chapter 14?
8. Who is Sharma?
9. How does the mock trial end?
10. What does the top-secret letter relayed in Chapter 26 say about George, Benjamin and John Brent-Oxford?
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