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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. Who tells Oleg it would have been better to be in the prison camp than to be one who acted as a witness against those going to prison camps?
2. Who had a man she loved killed in the war, though she now loves Oleg?
3. Many had to simply agree with the _______ in order to protect themselves and their families.
4. What color is Dyomka when he gets out of surgery for his back?
5. The deserter was released during ____________ time, but this did not mean the Kadmins were free to go.
(a) Cold war.
Short Answer Questions
1. Oleg leaves the hospital and takes the trolley into town, going to _________ while enjoying his freedom.
2. Dontsova believes that ________ medicine is always the better option for those who need health care.
3. Whose mother has found the special treatment for his cancer, and she is sending it through channels?
4. Where does Oleg go in order to go back to Ush-Terek?
5. What does Oleg realize about Vera when she comes with Zoya to examine him while on rounds?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Oleg believe of exile in general, according to his own admission in this section?
2. What happens as soon as Dontsova goes into the house of Dr. Oreshchenkov?
3. Why is Dyomka moved out of the cancer ward at the beginning of this section?
4. What happened during the amnesty time to the person who led to the exile of the Kadmins?
5. What is supposed to be all the rage in Moscow, according to the surgeon?
6. Why were the Kadmins, friends of Oleg, exiled from their home as well in the past?
7. What does Dyomka make Oleg promise to do when he is released from the ward?
8. What is the opinion that Dontsova has of socialized medicine about which the other doctor realizes he cannot sway her?
9. What is happening with the treatment for Vadim according to the text in this chapter?
10. What does Lev tell Oleg about women and how they affect men in their lives?
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