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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. When McAllister and his wife cannot be located in Chapter 4, about what does Webb want answers?
2. While on the tarmac at the airfield, where does the airport clerk tell Webb the plane containing the brown sedan he was chasing is heading?
3. What does the calligraphy on the green van read?
4. What does Marie take from the hospital guard?
5. What body of water does the assassin cross to arrive at the cabaret?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the organization of the assassin's plan tell the reader about the intention of this assassination?
2. How does Webb convince Marie that it must be him to go on the mission to confront Sheng?
3. How does Webb use his skills to "arrange" a meeting with the impostor Bourne?
4. Why is the oath of silence is so important to Ambassador Havilland?
5. What do Webb's actions in Wu Song's warehouse tell the reader?
6. By chapter 12, what events from previous chapters suggest that Marie is a strong and resourceful character?
7. What does Webb learn from the contact Jiang Yu at the beginning of Chapter 13?
8. How does Webb move forward with his plan to save Marie after escaping the trap set at the memorial hall?
9. Describe Webb's state of mind at the end of Chapter 7.
10. What does Panov discover when he calls the State Department after first learning about Marie's disappearance from David Webb?
Essay Topic 1
Catherine Staples and Marie are the only two significant female characters in the novel.
Part 1) Compare and contrast the characters of Catherine and Marie. How are they the same? How are they different?
Part 2) List specific events from the book where Catherine and Marie have an impact on others.
Part 3) How do Marie and Catherine affect the plot and tone of the novel?
Essay Topic 2
Marie is a strong character throughout most of the novel. How does the author depict her as strong and influential, while at the same time describing her with traditional feminine characteristics? How would you label Marie?
Essay Topic 3
Compare and contrast Webb and McAllister.
Part 1) How are they alike? How are they different?
Part 2) How is knowledge from books different from knowledge from experience?
Part 3) How did Webb's and McAllister's characters portray this difference?
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