1. Why does Queenie write that she is a coward in Part I?
Queenie writes that she is a coward in Part I because she is a British Special Operations Executive who has been captured by the Gestapo in France, and she is giving them information in exchange for them keeping her alive.
2. What deal does Queenie make with Von Linden in Part I?
In Part I, Queenie says she will tell the Gestapo everything she can remember about the British War Effort if he will giver her as much paper as she needs and a pen to write with.
3. What is Queenie most afraid of as a method of killing her in Part I?
Queenie is most afraid of having kerosene poured down her throat and having someone light the match in Part I.
4. What is one complication with Queenie's identification papers in Part I?
One complication with Queenie's identification papers in Part I is that she accidentally ended up carrying Maddie Brodatt's papers, her best friend who piloted the plane she parachuted into France on.
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