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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. Where does Peter drive to in the van?
(b) A college campus.
(c) An art gallery.
(d) An art museum.
2. What does Peter do to change his appearance?
(a) Dyes his hair.
(b) Wears glasses.
(c) Cuts his hair.
3. What is Lampeth's final view on the forgery scam?
(a) Eventually the art world will go back to normal. No true lesson will be learned.
(b) The art world will never be the same.
(c) Cheap art is better than expensive art.
(d) Art dealers have learned their lesson and will appreciate art.
4. What was Anne afraid of during the whole operation of their scam?
(a) Going to jail.
(b) Someone recognizing her.
(c) Not being able to sell the paintings.
(d) Getting her accent correct.
5. Who else was at the Danielli's bar when Mike and Dee got there?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Julian do with his painting?
2. What does Anne learn about herself while participating in the scam?
3. Where does Peter put the paintings after he takes them out of the van?
4. What does the sign outside the bar in Poglio read?
5. What does the top art expert say about the forgeries?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the transaction with Crowforth go and then all of the subsequent transactions even though the reader is not given the details?
2. How do each of the art dealers feel about the request from the forgers and what agreement do they come to?
3. How does Julian wind up with a forgery of the Modigliani twice?
4. Why does the priest lie to Mike and Dee about the Danielli family?
5. How does the old man sitting in front of the bar in Poglio play a joke on Dee and Mike?
6. How does Tom get what is rightfully coming to him?
7. Why does Arnaz show up at Peter's door, and what does he want?
8. How does Mike scam Julian and Lipsey in regard to the painting?
9. What does Arnaz's last line, " I had faith in you baby" suggest about the entire scam?
10. Who is Gaston Moore and how does he fit into the whole scheme of things in regards to the paintings?
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