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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. Who believes the purpose of the rounds is to help cheer the patients up during their stay?
2. What does Chaly offer to give to Pavel if Pavel gives him his phone number?
3. 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?
4. What does the woman from #138 want from Dyomka after she learns about her breast?
5. Oleg was in a situation where the _______________ were used only for the privileged in society.
Short Essay Questions
1. What is supposed to be all the rage in Moscow, according to the surgeon?
2. What is happening with the treatment for Vadim according to the text in this chapter?
3. Why is Dyomka moved out of the cancer ward at the beginning of this section?
4. What does Oleg believe of exile in general, according to his own admission in this section?
5. What is the worry of Dontsova as Pavel continues to have injections in his treatment plan?
6. What does Lev tell Oleg about women and how they affect men in their lives?
7. What does Oleg want to know about the hormone therapy that he is taking?
8. What are physicians and nurses not allowed to do with the patients, according to the text?
9. What is the opinion that Dontsova has of socialized medicine about which the other doctor realizes he cannot sway her?
10. What does Dyomka's surgeon have to do immediately after the surgery at the start of this section?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
It is very difficult to get admitted to the cancer ward, according to the patients.
Part 1: Why do you think it's so difficult to get admitted to the cancer ward?
Part 2: What might you do if you were unable to get admitted to a cancer ward?
Part 3: Do you think that all patients should be admitted for cancer treatment?
Essay Topic 2
Pavel and his wife claim to love people, but they do not want to be too close to them.
Part 1: Can you love a person without being close to them?
Part 2: How do you think Pavel and his wife define the idea of love in relation to others?
Part 3: Do you think that you can love people without wanting to be close to them?
Essay Topic 3
Oleg seems to be a bit of a playboy on the ward, falling in love with several women.
Part 1: Do you think a cancer ward is the best place for a person to find love?
Part 2: How do you think a person could create a healthy relationship in a hospital?
Part 3: Do you think patients should strike up relationships with their health care workers?
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