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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 causes Christopher to lower his guard?
(b) Uncle Philip.
(c) Christopher's mother.
(d) Christopher's father.
2. When does Christopher speak to Sarah at the Draycoats' wedding?
(a) Christopher does not speak to Sarah at the Draycoats' wedding.
(b) After the service.
(c) During the service.
(d) Before the service.
3. Where does Christopher unexpectedly reunite with Colonel Chamberlain?
(a) At the Lucky Chance Club.
(b) In the Palm Court of the Waldorf.
(c) In a crowded square in Shanghai.
(d) In a bookshop on Charing Cross Road.
4. How is the weather on the day Christopher "lowers his guard?"
(b) Sunny and windy.
(c) Hot and humid.
(d) Cold and rainy.
5. Years later what does Christopher recognize about the plump-faced man?
(a) His face.
(b) His smile.
(c) The cigar he smokes.
(d) His cap, gown and pigtail.
Short Answer Questions
1. On what terms do Christopher and Sarah leave after the Meredith Foundation dinner?
2. What does Akira believe Ling Tien's passion to be?
3. Why does Jennifer grope around the drawing room?
4. What does Roger Brenthurst say about Christopher in high school?
5. How does Sarah get into the Foundation dinner without an invitation?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Ling Tien.
2. What does Uncle Philip say happened to Christopher's parents?
3. Describe Christopher's residence in 1937.
4. What odd habit does Christopher observe in the people of Shanghai?
5. How does the Emery case wrap up?
6. Describe two examples of what Christopher refers to as "someone disapproving him and only just managing to conceal it."
7. Who is Uncle Philip?
8. How does Uncle Philip set the stage for Christopher's mother's abduction?
9. How does Christopher tend to remember his boyhood companion Akira?
10. When Christopher finally sees Akira after Mr. Banks disappearance, how does Akira behave?
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