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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 word could best be used to describe how the consul moves about town while Yvonne is out with Hugh?
2. How many drinks does it take for the consul to get steady on his feet after not drinking?
(c) Just one.
(d) Too many to count.
3. How long can the consul go without alcohol before feeling the effects of his withdrawal?
(a) 5 seconds.
(b) 2 hours.
(c) 25 minutes.
(d) 2 days.
4. Where do Yvonne and Hugh end their ride together?
(a) At some ancient ruins.
(b) At the movie theater.
(c) At the edge of a cliff.
(d) At the top of the volcano.
5. What happened to the consul before he could track down his wife on the night she left him?
(a) He was arrested.
(b) He passed out.
(c) The government was overthrown.
(d) He broke his ankle.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Hugh come to visit Yvonne?
2. From where does the consul call for help when Hugh is over?
3. What does Laruelle find in the book the bartender returns to him?
4. What does Hugh do in his earlier years in an attempt to elevate his celebrity?
5. Of what does the consul try to convince Quincey?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the consul react to Yvonne's arrival?
2. Why does Hugh feel that his youth is gone?
3. How does Hugh react to Yvonne's plans for her and the consul?
4. Why does Hugh not know about the state of the consul's and Yvonne's marriage?
5. What does the consul think and say about Yvonne's looks to her?
6. As he reflects on his life at the hotel, what does the consul think about his happiness?
7. What can the consul not forget during the town's festival?
8. How does Yvonne react to seeing the consul when she returns to Quauhnahuac?
9. Why are the movie posters Yvonne sees during her bus ride significant?
10. What mission did the consul complete successfully during his time in the British navy?
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