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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. How does Mr. Stalas act toward Lina?
2. What does the commander do for hours?
(a) Questions those who are to be released.
(b) Try to talk the prisoners into signing the document.
(c) Questions those who are to be transferred.
(d) Slaps and kicks the prisoners.
3. What does Lina give Andrius for Christmas?
(b) A drawing.
(c) A poem.
(d) The puppy she finds.
4. What is good about the time around Christmas?
(a) The people are feeling a little optimistic.
(b) The snow has abated somewhat.
(c) The administrator allows them to go into the village.
(d) It is so cold, the guards don't venture out much.
5. What is Lina going to be asked to do?
(a) Be the commander's secretary.
(b) Betray Andrius.
(c) Draw a map of the farm.
(d) Draw a portrait of the commander.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens when Kretsky gets off the boat?
2. Why is one man killed at the farm?
3. Why does Lina not go to find Jonas?
4. What letter does Lina remember?
5. Why can't Mr. Stalas work?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why are the prisoners waked in the middle of the night and what do they do?
2. What does Lina observe about Andrius' mother when Lina slips away after eating her potato that Jonas brought?
3. What do the prisoners learn about the Japanese and Hitler?
4. Why do the soldiers pay no attention as the prisoners strip for a shower?
5. How do the soldiers harass and frighten the women who have been digging a large hole?
6. What does Andrius say about his mother and why she is doing what she does?
7. Why are Lina, Elena, and Jonas quiet about the potatoes he brings home that night?
8. What does Lina steal and how does she explain it to Andrius?
9. What has Hitler done in Lithuania, and what is the bald man's response to the action?
10. Describe the encounter between Kretsky and Lina at the wood pile.
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