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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. Why is Sally-Anne in Zimbabwe?
2. What becomes Craig Mellow's obsession when he returns to Africa?
3. According to Craig, what will the Matabele-style slaying in Section 6 lead to?
4. Who is killed Matabele-style?
5. Why do the Matabele Warriors escort Craig off the property?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Craig's meeting with Tungata go regarding buying his family's property back?
2. How does Craig know that civil war is coming to Zimbabwe?
3. What type of tourist destination does Craig plan on making his family's land into?
4. What is Comrade Minister of State's plan regarding the 300 elephants he has found?
5. Why does Craig want to go back to Africa?
6. Explain Samson Kumalo's response to Craig's plan to restore his family ranch.
7. How do Craig and Sally-Anne learn that Peter has lied to them?
8. How does Craig's meeting with his publisher go?
9. What does Sally-Anne share with Craig after they toast his purchase of Rholands Ranch?
10. Why does Craig lose all sympathy for Tungata?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Choose three of the following characters and write about their role (victim, helper, etc.) in Peter's scheme: Craig, Sally-Anne, Buster, Shadrach, Captain Nbebi, the third brigade.
Essay Topic 2
Craig and Tungata make a critical mistake while hiding out in the caverns. Write an essay describing their mistake, why they make this decision, and the consequences that followed.
Essay Topic 3
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?
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