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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. How does Danya know who Rachel is?
(a) He asks to see her identification papers.
(b) He has met her before.
(c) He can see Karol in her face.
(d) He has seen her picture in the paper.
2. Who goes by the name Margarethe?
3. Danya says that he and Karol had seen The Amber Room in _____________________.
(a) the Austrian Alps.
(b) the Harz Mountains.
(c) the Swiss Alps.
(d) the Rockie Mountains.
4. Where had Loring's father found The Amber Room?
5. What does Fritz assure Paul of?
(a) He will find the person who commited this crime.
(b) Danya did not suffer.
(c) Rachel is still alive.
(d) Rachel does not fit the murderess' description.
Short Answer Questions
1. Loring's father provided sub par __________________ to the Nazis.
2. Which one of Hitler's men claimed to know the location of The Amber Room in order to stay alive after the war?
3. What do Paul and Rachel examine in Chapter 41?
4. Whose presence does Knoll sense behind him as he enters the cave?
5. Who is Julius?
Short Essay Questions
1. What literary devices does the author use to indicate the dialogue and views of the different characters?
2. What does Danya tell Rachel and Knoll about Enrich Koch?
3. Why do Rachel and Paul no longer trust Wayland?
4. What do Loring and Suzanne reveal to Monika and Fellner regarding the disposition of The Amber Room?
5. What information does Danya give to Rachel and Knoll about The Amber Room and why is he so forthcoming?
6. How do Rachel and Paul differ in their views about continuing on with the investigation?
7. What does Pannik reveal to Paul and Rachel regarding explosions in the cave?
8. Who is Wayland McKoy and how do Paul and Rachel meet him?
9. Describe the flirtatious interaction between Knoll and Rachel as they make their way to Danya's house.
10. What does Paul's willingness to go to the McKoy dig site signify to Rachel?
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