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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. How did the delegates decide what action to take at The Honolulu Conference?
2. What does Kondo Tatsumi say about Tomonaga Ijiro's generation?
3. What is Todd Wainio's most vivid memory?
4. What is the second choice given to U.S. military forces after the war, according to "The Whacko?"
5. Who watches Tomonaga Ijiro accept an award in Kyoto, Japan?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain why the pass in India needs to be destroyed, according to Sardar Khanin.
2. How has Kwang Jingshu's perspective changed after the war?
3. Explain what happened in Cuba during the war?
4. Why does the author end with Todd Wainio's story?
5. Explain the importance of royalty during the war, according to Allen Forbes.
6. Explain the importance of Radio Free Earth during the war.
7. 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?
8. What is the tone of Chapter 4?
9. Explain why the soldiers in Chapter 4 kill innocent people, and how they feel about these actions.
10. Explain how the United States's desire to go to war is a turning point in the story.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What is theme? Explain one theme of World War Z using specific examples to support your claims.
Essay Topic 2
Define "foil," and give at least two examples from World War Z.
Essay Topic 3
Answer the following: What is willing suspension of disbelief? Why is it important for readers to suspend their disbelief? What specific changes would need to be made to World War Z in order for it to be considered realism?
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