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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. Using his expertise, what does Webb examine at the end of Chapter 5?
(a) The bloody door and gun.
(b) The bloody door and ransom note.
(c) The gun and the bedroom.
(d) The ransom note and gun.
2. What does Bourne notice is strange about the guard near the campfire who is watching the woods?
(a) He looks American.
(b) He is too tall to be Chinese.
(c) His uniform is too pristine.
(d) He is dirty and not in a PRC uniform.
3. What does Marie take from the hospital guard?
(a) Money and a passport.
(b) Money and a credit card.
(c) Identification and a credit card.
(d) Traveler's checks and a gun.
4. To where does the cabaret assassin flee?
5. While making calls to gather information about Marie's and McAllister's "disappearances," what does the final person with whom Webb speaks state?
(a) Webb is being targeted for murder.
(b) Medusa is a figment of his mind.
(c) He believes Webb's wife has been kidnapped.
(d) There is a man in Washington he needs to find.
Short Answer Questions
1. After a prostitute hands Webb's note from the Kam-pek casino to a man who Webb then subdues in an alley, who does the man reveal he is to meet the next night?
2. While with Marie, who does Catherine Staples say she feels should be handling the fact that the Webbs are being manipulated and pursued?
3. In Chapter 2, for which of the following does the CIA believe Beijing will blame the United States?
4. After the attack in the cabaret, what words do the police discover written in blood?
5. While in the French restaurant on Causeway Bay, about whom does Jiang Yu give Webb details about contacting?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Webb's reaction to receiving Marie's note tell the reader about the couple's relationship?
2. What clue from Marie's story does McAllister discover from the Treadstone-71 file?
3. Describe McAllister's state of mind when he leaves Webb in Chapter 3, and why is this important?
4. Why is the oath of silence is so important to Ambassador Havilland?
5. How does Webb use his skills to "arrange" a meeting with the impostor Bourne?
6. Why might the CIA and State Department have chosen McAllister as the link to David Webb?
7. What might the narrow hallways and inner offices throughout the first two chapters symbolize?
8. What is revealed at the opening of Chapter 11 through the meeting with the large Asian?
9. Why is Marie's escape from the hospital successful?
10. Why is it important for Webb to contact the conspirators rather than the other way around?
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