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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. What does Morgan regret doing after Johnson is confirmed as having fled?
(a) Making fun of Johnson.
(b) Trusting a stranger.
(c) Not taking the immigrants.
(d) Coming back to the dock.
2. Where is the black man injured while working with Morgan?
(a) His stomach.
(b) His leg.
(c) His shoulder.
(d) His face.
3. What does Frankie give to Morgan when he casts off?
(a) A picture of a black man.
(b) A fake ID.
(c) A map.
(d) A bundle of money.
4. What does the black man think will be more painful than his initial wound?
(a) Going to jail.
(b) The medical attention.
(c) Finding work while wounded.
(d) The healing process.
5. What is the black man injured with while working with Morgan?
(a) A piece of coral.
(b) A gun.
(c) A club.
(d) A knife.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where do immigrants want Morgan to take them at the beginning of the book?
2. Why does Morgan decide not to kill Eddy?
3. How much money per man does Mr. Sing offer Morgan for his services?
4. Who is at fault for the broken contract of the charter?
5. What is Frankie paid to deliver the item that he gives to Morgan before he casts off?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do customs men ask Morgan at Freddy's Place?
2. What does Emilio say to explain Roberto's actions?
3. What happens the first time Johnson gets a hit on his line?
4. How does Morgan describe the black man who sometimes works on his boat?
5. How does the tax man plan to kill himself, and what is the one drawback about it for him?
6. What does Morgan do just before he meets with Sing on the shore?
7. How does Frankie make a living in Havana?
8. Why does Morgan say Sing was not a very good business man?
9. What does Morgan do when he is at five-foot-deep water just off the shore of Bacuranao?
10. What does Roberto say when they push Albert's body overboard?
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