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A STEP BEYOND

TESTS AND ANSWERS

TEST 2

_____ 1. Montoya owns

A. a bull
B. a hotel
C. a newspaper

_____ 2. Brett takes a trip to San Sebastian with

A. Jake
B. Count Mippipopolous
C. Robert Cohn

_____ 3. Throughout the novel Hemingway's style is characterized by

A. detailed descriptions and complicated sentence constructions
B. sparse descriptions and ambiguous dialogue
C. grotesque descriptions and omniscient narration

_____ 4. Of the following characters, the one who is an aficionado of the bullfights is

A. Count Mippipopolous
B. Montoya
C. Brett


_____ 5. Jake goes fishing with

A. Frances
B. Robert Cohn
C. Bill Gorton

_____ 6. A group of street dancers perform a ritual in honor of

A. Jake Barnes
B. Brett Ashley
C. a Spanish flag

_____ 7. Cohn has a fit of weeping immediately after

A. he has beaten up Pedro Romero
B. he sees a man killed at the bullfights
C. Brett tells him she never wants to see him again

_____ 8. The character who is usually in debt is

A. Mike Campbell
B. Robert Cohn
C. Belmonte

_____ 9. According to Jake, the "national sport" of France is

A. skiing
B. bicycling
C. drinking

_____ 10. The two telegrams that Jake receives from Brett are essentially

A. pleas for him to help her
B. reports of Cohn's unbalanced behavior
C. Promises that she will soon return to him

11. Discuss the Hemingway style.

12. What does love mean to Jake, Brett, and Robert Cohn?

13. What does bullfighting represent in the novel?

14. "Isn't it pretty to think so?" Jake says to Brett's statement that they could have had a very good time together. What does he mean by this?

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