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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Rodrigues contemplate as he prays?
(a) That God does not exist
(b) How to escape
(c) His own death
(d) The end of Christainity
2. Who has to give permission before Rodrigues leaves his cell?
(a) The pope
3. Where are the peasants forced to work?
(a) A park
(b) The docks
(c) A factory
(d) The fields
4. What do people throw at Rodrigues?
5. In what does Ferreira say the Japanese have never believed?
(b) Sex before marriage
(c) The Christian God
(d) True love
6. Who is following Rodrigues as he is paraded through the streets?
(b) The interpreter
7. Where does Jonassen work?
(a) A cafe
(b) The shipping yards
(c) The church
(d) A hotel
8. Which Portuguese name does the interpreter mention?
(b) Santa Marta
9. Chapter 5 marks the end of _________________.
(a) Rodrigues' letters
(c) A revolution
(d) Christianity in Japan
10. What will happen if Rodrigues does not apostatize?
(a) The peasants will be tortured.
(b) He will be tortured.
(c) He will be sent to prison for life.
(d) He will die.
11. Where do the guards put the elderly man's body?
(a) In one of the three pits
(b) In the sea
(c) On a fire
(d) On the roof of the prison
12. What is Rodrigues granted permission to do?
(a) Go shopping
(b) Visit the peasants as they work
(c) Go home to Portugal
(d) Meet the magistrate
13. With what is the elderly man killed?
(a) A gun
(b) A knife
(c) A club
(d) A sword
14. On whose image was Rodrigues forced to step?
(b) The Virgin Mary
15. What is the season in Japan at the beginning of this chapter?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Ferreira say he could not take anymore?
2. Who does Ferreira say would also have apostacized in the same situation?
3. What is Jonassen's nationality?
4. Where does the interpreter say the peasants will be tortured?
5. What does Rodrigues have to do to free the peasants?
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