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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. What does Linh realize about Helen?
(a) He is in love with her.
(b) She will never love him.
(c) She is a fairy.
(d) She is not altogether present mentally.
2. What does Helen say she might have to make an excuse to do?
(a) Go back to Saigon.
(b) Hire on with another magazine.
(c) Leave Darrow because she is too emotionally involved.
(d) Go back to the States.
3. What happens the morning after the summer festivities end?
(a) Linh is injured badly.
(b) Helen learns she is pregnant.
(c) Darrow is shot by accident.
(d) It is time to go back to Saigon.
4. What does Darrow say about himself?
(a) He does not have a death wish.
(b) He is not married.
(c) He is ill.
(d) He hates the United States for starting this war.
5. What does Darrow want to do on the visit?
(a) Ask the Viet Cong what they want.
(b) Find Linh's brother.
(c) Adopt a child.
(d) Take pictures of the children.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Darrow say he will do with Helen?
2. What does Darrow want to encourage Americans to do?
3. For what does Linh berate himself?
4. With whom does Helen dance at Robert's going away party?
5. What does Helen tell Darrow?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Thao and what does she feel towards Linh and Helen?
2. What did Linh do while away from Helen and Darrow?
3. What happens when Helen goes out on assignment with Captain Olsen?
4. Where do Helen and Darrow stay? Who offers better quarters and what does Darrow say?
5. What does Darrow's wife win the right to do?
6. What happens to Darrow and Anderson?
7. What does Linh wish things were like and why aren't they?
8. What happens between Darrow and Tanner at the party and what does Darrow tell Helen about Tanner?
9. What do Helen and Darrow discuss concerning Linh and his helping Helen?
10. What happens when Helen calls Tom?
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