The Man with the Golden Gun Test | Final Test - Hard

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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who does Bond believe Hendriks is with?

2. During the train ride, approximately how far away from Bond is Scaramanga?

3. According to Scaramanga, how many days earlier did Scaramanga kill a British agent sent to eliminate him?

4. According to the excuse Bond gives to Scaramanga after Scaramanga appears in Bond's hotel room, why has Bond's visitor come to see him?

5. What is the one thing that Bond treasures above all else?

Essay Topics

Essay Topic 1

In many ways, the novel is a series of contrasts designed to heighten the reader's awareness and draw the reader deeper into the story, and the intricacies of each of the story's characters. Identify at least three contrasts that are used in the novel. Describe these contrasts and determine how they impact the story's plot, as well as the reader's emotional involvement in the characters' lives. If these identified contrasts were not included in the story, what impact would their absence have on the storyline, the characters' development, and the readers' involvement?

Essay Topic 2

The entire story takes place primarily in two different locations. Compare and contrast the following locations in the story - in London and in Savannah La Mar. Be sure to include how the characters are treated in each of these locations, as well as how they live and interact with each other. Of these two locations in the story, which location would you most prefer to live in, and why?

Essay Topic 3

Several times in the story, Bond is helped by other people in order to move forward in both his investigation into Scaramanga and in his personal life.

a. Identify at least three times in the story in which Bond reaches out for help.

b. Compare and contrast each of these events in terms of the situation Bond is trying to understand, the effect of his asking for help, and the situation that immediately follows this time.

c. How might Bond's actions have impacted the story's plot if he hadn't reached out for help from others?

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