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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 was James living when Rowser first offered him a job?
(a) New York.
2. After James drops Anand and Rajiv off in Chapter 4, what does Tap request they do?
(a) Go home immediately.
(b) Get some gelato.
(c) Drive around a while.
(d) Go to the Acropolis for the sunset.
3. Which of the following is not a tactic Kathryn used to learn Greek?
(a) Hiring a teacher.
(b) Buying dictionaries.
(c) Listening to tapes.
(d) Translating magazines.
4. In Chapter 5, what does James say that Lindsay Keller avoids doing?
(a) Making plans.
(c) Making assuptions about others.
5. At the end of Chapter 1, how does James think Kathryn's attitude toward him is changing?
(a) She is becoming more affectionate.
(b) She is becoming more judgmental.
(c) She is becoming more pitying.
(d) She is becoming more remote.
Short Answer Questions
1. What admission does Ann make to James in Chapter 4?
2. In Chapter 1, where does James tell Kathryn he has been doing most of his work?
3. At the end of Chapter 7, what items are the Maitlands stockpiling?
4. About whom does James dream about in Chapter 6?
5. Which of the following is a spook-like practice that Rowser takes in his daily life?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does James Axton like having late-night talks with Owen and Kathryn?
2. What theory about the language cult does James present to Owen in Chapter 7?
3. What conversation do Eliades and James have at dinner in Chapter 3?
4. Describe Tap Axton.
5. How is Rowser's lifestyle strange given his position?
6. What do Owen and James talk about at the end of Chapter 2?
7. What explanation of the language cult's motives does Vosdanik offer in Chapter 6?
8. How is Owen haunted by his childhood memories of religion?
9. Why are the Axtons separated?
10. How has Kathryn Axton changes since separating from James?
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