World War Z Test | Final Test - Hard

Max Brooks
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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 is T. Sean Collins now unable to do?

2. According to Bohdan Taras, what city is set on fire?

3. What nation is Maria Zhuganova part of?

4. According to Michael Choi, who or what are the true victims of the war?

5. What are Bohdan Taras and other soldiers expected to do at the bridge?

Short Essay Questions

1. What is the tone of Chapter 4?

2. Explain the changes to the military after the announcement to go to war, according to Todd Wainio.

3. Explain what happened in North Korea during the war. What does Hyungchol Choi speculate happened?

4. How were dogs used during the war?

5. According to Maria Zhuganova, how is Russia coping after the war?

6. How has Kwang Jingshu's perspective changed after the war?

7. Explain what happened in Cuba during the war?

8. Explain the importance of Radio Free Earth during the war.

9. When speaking with the narrator, Jesika Hendricks casually kills a zombie as it begins to reanimate. What does this reveal about her?

10. Explain the battle plan for "the road to New York," according to Todd Wainio.

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

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?

Essay Topic 2

Write a brief biography of Breckinridge Scott, and explain his role in the outbreak, Panic, and war. Be specific.

Essay Topic 3

Explain the motif of "blame" in World War Z, including an explanation of what a motif is. Explain who is blamed for the war, why they are blamed, and by whom. Use specific examples from the story to support your claims.

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