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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What item does Pedro Romero give to his sword-handler to bring to Brett who is sitting in the stands?
2. What types of emotion do Jake and his friends feel after the bull fight is over?
3. What is the weather like when Jake and Bill arrive in Burguete?
4. Bill mentions that Romero's face looks badly bruised. What is Brett's reply?
5. Where does Jake go after he leaves the archivist's office?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Cohn decide to do now that Brett is staying over in San Sebastian and what are Jake's feelings about it?
2. What are the feelings that Brett reveals to Jake about Pedro Romero?
3. Explain how the fist fight between Robert Cohn and Jake Barnes gets started?
4. Cohn wants to see Jake after knocking him unconscious. Does Jake go to see Cohn or does he decide against it? Explain.
5. How do the pictures on the walls of Jake's and Bill's hotel in Burguete add to the coldness of the room?
6. Relate why Montoya, the hotel owner in Pamplona, smiles at Jake and asks if Bill is an aficionado?
7. Bill calls Jake an expatriate. What does he mean by this?
8. What took place during the paseo in Pamplona?
9. Why is the bull fighter, Romero, the main attraction of all the bull fighters?
10. How does Pedro Romero view the bulls that he fights?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
1) When the reader meets Harvey Stone, he has not eaten for five days. Describe his appearance.
2) Describe his state of mind.
3) Does Jake help him in any way; if so, how?
Essay Topic 2
1) Discuss the value system of Count Mippipopolous.
2) How did he develop his set of values? Is he satisfied with his life or is he miserable?
3) Has he lived life to its potential?
Essay Topic 3
1) Explain whether or not you think Jake Barnes changes during the course of the novel.
2) Keep in mind his self-knowledge, his thoughts about other characters, his values, and his ability to accept and cope with his situation.
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