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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. When did Leamas' spy career begin?
(d) When he was a very young boy.
2. How does the relationship between Liz and Leamas change after they've known each other for a little while?
(a) They become lovers.
(b) They hate each other.
(c) Liz tells Leamas she can't tutor him anymore.
(d) Liz hires Leamas to teach other people.
3. Who are the Vopos?
(a) American border guards.
(b) East German spies.
(c) West German spies.
(d) German border guards.
4. What character does Leamas also meet once he is released from prison?
(a) Miss Crail.
(b) His mother.
(d) Liz Gold.
5. What does Leamas think about on his flight back to London after meeting with Control?
(a) His career.
(b) His fiance.
(c) His medals.
(d) His injuries.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is Leamas wanted in England?
2. What cover job does Kiever offer Leamas?
3. What is the public perception of why Leamas left his job?
4. What is consuming most of Leamas' thoughts the longer he is questioned?
5. Why does Leamas stop showing up for work at the library?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Leamas' interactions with other people in Chapter 2 tell the reader about his character?
2. How much information does Leamas give Liz about his profession?
3. How does Leamas react to what happens when Karl tries to cross the border in Chapter 1?
4. Most of Leamas' information about Fielder and Mundt is based on what?
5. Why does Leamas refuse to believe that there could have been a spy in East Germany that he didn't know about?
6. What helps Leamas the most in his creation of a public persona in Chapter 3? How does it help him?
7. What logistics does Kiever have covered at the end of Chapter 7?
8. Name 3 things you learn about Leamas' life in Chapter 8.
9. Who does Leamas assume is behind his story and picture being in the paper?
10. How might the relationship between Miss Crail and Leamas be described? What makes it that way?
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