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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. Who are the Playboys?
(a) A spy group.
(b) A military cell.
(c) A street gang.
(d) Pin-up models.
2. Who is the competitor for Lepsius's business?
(a) Victoria Wren.
(b) His wife.
(c) A sunburned Englishman.
(d) Benny Profane.
3. How do Benny and Rachel first meet?
(a) At a diving event.
(b) After she almost runs him over outside the restaurant.
(c) At a party.
(d) At his mother's house.
4. What does Heroic Love require according to the record executive's wife?
(a) It requires scary feats of human courage.
(b) It requires altruism.
(c) It requires couples to have sex several times a night in varying positions.
(d) It requires self-sacrifice.
5. What are Mantissa, Cesare, and the Gaucho about to do when Mantissa has a change of heart, forcing them all to flee?
(a) Break into the Venezuelan embassy.
(b) Steal the painting of the Birth of Venus.
(c) Shoot the rioters.
(d) Kidnap V.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is a patient of Dr. Schoenmaker that Rachel pays the bill for?
2. When Profane stays at Pig's apartment, what does he wake up to see one night?
3. What does Angel find in the clubhouse that makes him furious?
4. Who does Evan Godolphin go to visit in April 1899?
5. When Benny goes down to the ship's deck to warm up, what does he play with the night watchman?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the urban legend that Benny Profane actually does?
2. What is the disturbing discovery that Profane makes about Fina?
3. Who is Morris Teflon and what is his role in Chapter 1?
4. What happens when Benny goes to the ferry and meets Paola?
5. What is Herbert Stencil's purpose?
6. What appears to be a problem in Rachel and Benny's relationship?
7. Describe Rachel Owlglass.
8. Describe Lepsius.
9. What is Vheissu?
10. What does Hugo Bongo-Shaftsbury talk to Mildred about on the train in Egypt?
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