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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 becomes Craig Mellow's obsession when he returns to Africa?
2. What does the mission school teacher tell Craig when they are alone?
3. What does Craig do at the estate agency?
4. What portion of Rholands does Peter want in exchange for the funding he arranged for Craig?
5. What does Craig's Matabele name mean?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Craig give the warriors when he leaves King's Lynn?
2. Why are Craig and Sally-Anne in the hospital?
3. How are Craig and Sally-Anne rescued when Peter sends them to his death?
4. How does Craig know that civil war is coming to Zimbabwe?
5. Why does Craig Mellow meet with his publisher?
6. How does Craig's meeting with Tungata go regarding buying his family's property back?
7. What is the outcome of Craig's negotiations with the spokesman at King's Lynn?
8. How does Craig's meeting with his publisher go?
9. Explain how Craig and Sally-Anne's relationship changes while they are traveling with Peter Fungabera.
10. Why does Craig want to go back to Africa?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Sally-Anne and Craig's relationship begins when she arrives in Africa. Answer the following questions:
1) Why was there tension between Sally-Anne and Craig before she arrived in Africa?
2) What happened to end the tension between them?
3) Based on their interaction while they were with Peter, do you think their friendship with continue? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 2
Write a three part essay based on the following:
1) The physical outcome of Craig and Sally-Anne's escape.
2) The financial outcome of Craig and Sally-Anne's escape.
3) The political/legal outcome of Craig and Sally-Anne's escape.
Essay Topic 3
Tungata's trial is one of the most important aspects of the book. Briefly describe Tungata's charges, his trial (including who testifies) and his response to his sentence.
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