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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 20.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Christopher's initial explanation for Akira's reverence for Mrs. Banks?
(a) She knows a secret about Akira.
(b) She has a powerful temper.
(c) She is strong.
(d) She is beautiful.
2. Why does Christopher tell Colonel Chamberlain that he doesn't think it will be necessary for him to go to England?
(a) Christopher tells Chamberlain his parents will return from a trip very soon.
(b) Christopher tells Chamberlain he is a detective and will solve the mystery of his parents' disappearance.
(c) Christopher tells Chamberlain the very best detectives are working on the case of his parents' disappearance.
(d) Christopher tells Chamberlain he can get on in Shanghai by himself.
3. What is Sir Cecil's state of mind at the Lucky Chance Club?
(a) Sir Cecil is quite inebriated.
(b) Sir Cecil is high on opium.
(c) Sir Cecil is very energetic.
(d) Sir Cecil is perfectly lucid.
4. What kind of lawn did Christopher's family have in their garden in Shanghai?
(a) A carefully tended "English" lawn.
(b) An ornate "Chinese" lawn.
(c) A simple "Japanese" lawn.
(d) A sprawling "French" lawn.
5. What kind of person is the Banks's typical house guest in Shanghai?
(a) A young English woman sent on a tour of the far east by her wealthy parents.
(b) A middle-aged English man working for Morganbrook and Byatt.
(c) A young man who brings with him the air of English lanes, meadows and foggy streets.
(d) An old English man working for Morganbrook and Byatt.
Short Answer Questions
1. What composer's music underscores Christopher and Sarah's conversation at the end of the Foundation dinner?
2. Where does Christopher find Inspector Kung?
3. Where does Christopher unexpectedly reunite with Colonel Chamberlain?
4. How does remembering the end of his relationship with Uncle Philip make Christopher feel?
5. What is the second question Christopher asks Sir Cecil?
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