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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. How is Kinshi the next morning?
(b) Very depressed.
2. Why is Kinshi worried about his part in the next performance?
(a) He has been assigned as foot operator for a difficult part.
(b) He cannot seem to remember his lines.
(c) He is not worried.
(d) He has broken his toe.
3. Who is Hanji disguised as?
(a) A merchant.
(b) A fireman.
(c) A policeman.
(d) No one.
4. What does Kinshi say he has to do?
(a) Protect his family.
(b) Find out who Saburo is.
(c) Figure out where his father gets so much food.
(d) Help the night rovers.
5. Why does Jiro know he cannot turn in Yashida?
(a) It would leave him without a job.
(b) It would harm his parents.
(c) It would be a betrayal.
(d) It would be the end of food for the poor.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Saburo's gang convince a merchant that the merchant is under arrest?
2. What does Kinshi do instead of what he says he is going to do?
3. What does Kinshi say to Jiro about the available food at the theater?
4. What does Okada ask Jiro?
5. Where does Kinshi say it is forbidden to go?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Jiro beg Kinshi to do and what is Kinshi's reply?
2. How does Jiro manage to get Kinshi his role back in the play?
3. What does Hanji tell Jiro and offer to do, and what is Jiro's response?
4. What wakes Jiro in the night and what is the outcome?
5. What does Okada tell Tozo after Jiro leaves Okada?
6. What part is Kinshi assigned in the new play and what does Jiro learn as they go to get puppets for Kinshi to practice?
7. How does Jiro arrange the meeting with Okada?
8. What does Jiro find when he goes into the storeroom and what happens as he trying to decide what to do?
9. How does Jiro discover a Samurai sword?
10. What happens in the theater when the play is over and how does the assistant magistrate react?
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