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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. What is the event is depicted in the first photograph, dated March 30, 1933?
2. What happens to Daniel's father's store the day after Kristallnacht?
3. After Daniel's family leaves their home, where do they spend the night?
4. According to Daniel, what is illegal to have in May 1944?
5. About a month after Oma Miriam dies, where does the parcel that Daniel receives come from?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Daniel mean when he says that Rosa's smile was an act of defiance?
2. What is the difference between the Americans and the civilians of the Buchenwald in chapter fifteen?
3. What does the photograph of Rosa symbolize?
4. What is the importance of Peter being attacked by the Polish boys even though the war is over?
5. What purpose does the character of Mr. Schneider serve to the overall plot?
6. Why does Auntie Leah decide not to leave her two girls?
7. What is significant about Rosa and Daniel teaching the father a lesson about stealing bread from his children?
8. Why does Erika's speech to Daniel and Rosa about choosing love instead of hate say about the theme of the novel?
9. What convinces Daniel that his mother is dead?
10. Why does Daniel's father insist they carry their belongings with them instead of doing what the Germans said and putting their belongings in the wagon?
Essay Topic 1
What is the importance of the Daniel's family members' deaths? Why is this event an important detail about the Germans' attitude toward Jews? Use the text to support your answer.
Essay Topic 2
How does Daniel's nightmare after seeing "The Eternal Jew" about Aunt Leah foreshadow her death in Lodz later on? Use the text to support your answer.
Essay Topic 3
Describe how after Kristallnacht life became harder for Daniel's family. How does this change and shape the rest of the story? Use the text to support your answer.
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