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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What object does Tomoko ask Matsu to bring to her after she is afflicted with leprosy?
(a) His father's fishing net.
(b) Her father's fishing knife.
(c) Rocks for her garden.
(d) A pen and paper.
2. Where does Keiko's family go in September of 1938?
(a) To the Tama shrine.
(b) To visit her mother's family.
(c) To the teahouse.
(d) To the beach.
3. Why does Stephen say something has changed between himself and Keiko?
(a) Her anger and bitterness have lessened.
(b) They are more intimate because she watched him sleep.
(c) They are friendly again because they shared a picnic.
(d) There is an awkwardness he doesn't understand.
4. What does the letter Stephen receives say about his mother's mood?
(a) She is in a bad mood.
(b) She is confused.
(c) She is delusional.
(d) She is depressed.
5. What does Matsu tell Stephen about Sachi as a child?
(a) That she had a gift with animals.
(b) That she could sleep until noon.
(c) That she had great energy.
(d) That she had a gift with plants.
6. To what is Tomoko referring when she tells Matsu that she doesn't want "to live like this"?
(a) Apart from Kenzo.
(b) Apart from him.
(c) In Yamaguchi.
(d) A life with leprosy.
7. How does Keiko say her father has brought shame to the family?
(a) By letting her brother fight in an unjust war.
(b) By being rude.
(c) By requiring her to speak to Stephen on the family's behalf.
(d) By alllowing Stephen to provoke him.
8. What does Stephen have with him when Keiko finds him on the day she pays him a visit in March of 1938?
(a) A daruma doll.
(b) A Japense book of poetry.
(c) A letter.
(d) A sketch pad.
9. What does Keiko tell Stephen when they meet at the beach in September of 1938?
(a) That she must leave with her family.
(b) That she will meet him there in three days.
(c) That she won't be able to see him any more.
(d) That she is sorry for how she has behaved.
10. Where has Matsu been when he returns to the beach house?
(a) The teahouse.
(b) Mailing Stephen's letters.
(c) Helping Sachi.
(d) The funeral.
11. What dream does Stephen record in his journal?
(a) Of Pie handing out bandages to the lepers.
(b) Of the Japanese Army invading Yamaguchi.
(c) Of his parents having tea with Sachi.
(d) Of Keiko and Pie building houses in Yamaguchi.
12. What does the Summer: June through July 1938 chapter say that Stephen is doing that prevents him from journal writing?
(a) Helping Sachi in her garden.
(b) Rebuilding homes in Yamaguchi.
(c) Finishing a drawing of Yamaguchi.
(d) Helping Matsu in his garden.
13. Why does Stephen say he feels cheated?
(a) He did not get to work in Sachi's garden as planned.
(b) He resents the time spent on rebuilding the houses.
(c) Matsu interrupted Sachi's story.
(d) He didn't get to thank Sachi properly for sharing her story.
14. What does the letter say Penelope feels about donating money for the refuges?
(a) Money could build a hospital for the refugees.
(b) It is the responsibility of every Japanese citizen to give money.
(c) Money could feed all the refugees.
(d) It's not enough to donate money.
15. What does Penelope do for the Red Cross?
(a) She cooks for the wounded and refugees.
(b) She is a nurse.
(c) She brings food and clothing to the refugees.
(d) Rolls bandages and sorts clothes.
Short Answer Questions
1. What effect does Matsu say Tomoko's illness had on their relationship?
2. What does Sachi say Matsu told her when he discovered she ran away rather than take her own life?
3. What does Sachi say was Kenzo's reaction when Sachi first told him she had leprosy?
4. What are Stephen's feelings surrounding Penelope's war efforts?
5. Who cared for Sachi when she first arrived in Yamaguchi?
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