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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. About how often does Maddie get sent on "special" missions in Part III?
2. What song does Queenie recall in Part III that has Scottish origins?
3. Why is Maddie so sore after the plane crash?
4. What is Von Linden's daughter's name?
5. What happens to Maddie's and Queenie's plane on the way to France?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Queenie wait until the end of the flight to reveal to Maddie who she is in Part III?
2. What does Jamie do when Paul says something inappropriate and disrespectful of Maddie?
3. What happens when Queenie and the girl who is French Resistance are taken out to the courtyard in Part III?
4. Why is Queenie shaken after an interrogation in Part III that she runs?
5. What is Queenie's full name, which she reveals for the first time in Part IV?
6. Why are the ground crew in Ormaie so astounded with Maddie when she crash-lands?
7. What happens to Maddie's plane after she crash-lands in Ormaie?
8. What kind of pen do RAF pilots like Maddie begin using in the early 1940s?
9. What is the last thing Queenie says to Maddie before jumping out the plane in Part III, and why?
10. Why is Maddie so distraught that she has Julie's identity papers?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
How does Maddie's perception of Julie change from the time she first meets Julie to the end of the novel, and what factors, events and/or conversations contribute to this change?
Essay Topic 2
How does Maddie deal with the guilt of having killed her best friend, and which characters help soothe Maddie's conscience most effectively? Write an essay explaining your answers, citing specific references to the text to help support your conclusions.
Essay Topic 3
Write an essay exploring situations throughout the novel in which people - both men and women - underestimate the talents, resourcefulness, and skills of other women during the war.
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