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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. On what date does Allan go to the Moscow Opera to look for Yury in Chapter 26?
(a) May 5, 2005.
(b) September 1, 1971.
(c) May 12, 1970.
(d) March 22, 1969.
2. Where does Allan live with Amanda in the Epilogue?
3. Who was the Nobel-prize laureate that Yury Borisovich Popov studied with?
(a) Herbert Einstein.
(b) Henning Algotsson.
(c) Ernest Rutherford.
(d) Professor Bernhard Lundborg.
4. Where has Caracas fled, according to the Boss in Chapter 17?
(c) South America.
(d) Central Asia.
5. How many languages did 11-year-old Claude Pennant speak when his family arrived in the Soviet Union?
Short Answer Questions
1. What two cities in Japan did the United States hit with atomic bombs during WWII?
2. Where did Jonas Jonasson study language?
3. When did Claude Pennant's parents go to Spain to fight the fascists?
4. In what field of study does Herbert's wife get a degree in Chapter 20?
5. What does the word "kodok" translate to from Balinese?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Allan's involvement influence the historical development of atomic weapons?
2. What are Chief Inspector Aronsson's impressions of Allan and his friends when he meets them in Chapter 21?
3. What is reflected through the reconsiliation of Benny and Bosse in the narrative?
4. How have the Boss's objectives changed in Chapter 17? Why?
5. What story do Allan and his friends give to Prosecutor Ranelid in Chapter 25?
6. How is Allan's life echoed through the actions in the Epilogue?
7. What government agent comes to meet with Allan in the Epilogue? Why is this significant?
8. How have the mood and tone of the narrative changed in Chapter 19?
9. What is Prosecutor Ranelid's main objective in coming to Bellringer Farm in Chapter 25?
10. What makes Allan agree to cooperate with the government agent in the Epilogue?
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