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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. Why does Amal sleep poorly the night she reads about Anna and Sharif in the garden outside St. Catherine's Monastery?
(a) She is wondering what will happen next to Anna.
(b) She drank too much tea while reading.
(c) She hears the shouts of protestors in the street below.
(d) She is thinking about meeting Irving in London.
2. Where does Anna sleep when she reaches the Sinai desert?
(a) Under the stars.
(b) Under a rock ledge.
(c) A tent.
(d) In a wagon.
3. What language do Layla and Anna have in common?
4. Who is Armand Demange?
(a) Head of the Mustafa family.
(b) A policeman in Cairo.
(c) The French identity Anna wants to assume as she travels to Sinai.
(d) A Frenchman Anna meets on the train to Suez.
5. What does Anna decide to do at the end of Chapter 7?
(a) Educate herself about the local culture.
(b) Reunite with her husband.
(c) Return to England.
(d) Call Emily.
Short Answer Questions
1. How are Amal and Isabel related?
2. What separates Egyptian women from men in the ballroom?
3. What does Isabel announce is happening to her mother in Chapter 4?
4. What is torn down to modernize Egypt?
5. Where is Amal al-Ghamrawi when she has her terrifying dream?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Isabel react to the events she experiences on her trip to Tawasi?
2. How is Amal related to Isabel?
3. According to the men at the Atelier 'am Ghazzali, how do the events of the early 20th century affect the political climate of Egypt in the late 20th century?
4. What happened to Sharif's first marriage?
5. How is Anna described in Chapter 1?
6. Why does Anna visit Rome in January of 1900?
7. What does Anna plan to do once she is released by her abductors?
8. What political goals does Sharif strive towards?
9. How does Anna's appearance change as she travels to Sinai?
10. Why does Anna have an unhappy marriage with Edward?
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