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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why is the caravan covered?
(a) So people cannot see .
(b) To keep him from getting sunstroke.
(c) So he cannot see where he is going.
(d) To stop him from seeing the women.
2. What is the source of the snoring Rodrigues thinks he can hear?
(a) Rain drops
(c) Prisoners in the pit
3. Where does the interpreter say the peasants will be tortured?
(a) The iron maiden
(b) The water front
(c) The well
(d) The pit
4. What does Rodrigues now feel for his former teacher?
5. What will happen if Rodrigues does not apostatize?
(a) He will be tortured.
(b) He will die.
(c) The peasants will be tortured.
(d) He will be sent to prison for life.
6. What did Yokoso-no-Ura used to be?
(a) A Portuguese town
(b) A Jesuit harbor
(c) A city
(d) An army base
7. Who is following Rodrigues as he is paraded through the streets?
(b) The interpreter
8. Who has to give permission before Rodrigues leaves his cell?
(c) The pope
9. To whom does Rodrigues compare Kichijiro?
10. Whose image do the peasants have to trample on in this chapter?
(b) The Virgin Mary
(d) Jesus Christ
11. Who does Ferreira say would also have apostacized in the same situation?
(b) The pope
12. What usually precedes the final procession?
(d) Forced marriage
13. Chapter 5 marks the end of _________________.
(a) Christianity in Japan
(b) A revolution
(c) Rodrigues' letters
14. What does Rodrigues contemplate as he prays?
(a) His own death
(b) How to escape
(c) That God does not exist
(d) The end of Christainity
15. How does Rodrigues travel to the town?
(a) By ship
(b) By horse
(c) By walking
(d) By train
Short Answer Questions
1. What do Inoue and Rodrigues discuss?
2. What do the children throw at his window?
3. Which Portuguese name does the interpreter mention?
4. What happens to Garrpe?
5. What is the role of the next samurai who visits Rodrigues?
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