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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Sardar Khanin see crawling all over people on a Himalayan road?
2. According to Michael Choi, who or what are the true victims of the war?
3. What is a "hibakusha?"
4. What does Kwang Jingshu say he is happy to see?
5. What animal was used to lead the zombies to the army firing line in Hope, New Mexico?
Short Essay Questions
1. When speaking with the narrator, Jesika Hendricks casually kills a zombie as it begins to reanimate. What does this reveal about her?
2. Explain the importance of Tomonaga Ijiro to Japan after the war?
3. How is Todd Wainio coping with life after the war?
4. How are Jesika Hendricks and Mary Jo Miller different in the way they place blame in Chapter 8?
5. How does Kondo Tatsumi feel about Tomonaga Ijiro according to Chapter 8?
6. Why is Michael Choi so upset by the extinction of whales on Earth, as well as the deaths of most of the Earth's marine life?
7. Why does the author end with Todd Wainio's story?
8. Explain the changes to the military after the announcement to go to war, according to Todd Wainio.
9. Why are some people pessimistic about life after the war?
10. Explain the importance of royalty during the war, according to Allen Forbes.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Foreshadowing is one literary element used in World War Z. Give at least three examples of foreshadowing from the story and explain what is being foreshadowed for each.
Essay Topic 2
What is "the road to New York?" Describe it in detail, and explain whether it was successful or not, using evidence from the story.
Essay Topic 3
Identify the elements of a story arc. Identify the plot points in World War Z that correspond with the elements of a story arc.
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