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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. The Movement's objective is to kill the greatest number of __________ possible.
2. The house is a convenient choice as the comings and goings of ___________ seems to be reasonable activity.
(c) Younger people
3. Elisha is now hearing about Jews, not as ___________, but as fighters who are simply claiming what is theirs.
4. If one sees a __________, then night has succeed the day, for night has a face.
5. Who is now occupying the town in which Elisha and his parents once resided?
Short Answer Questions
1. Elisha is usually uneasy about beggars who inspire in him mingled feelings of _________ and fear.
2. The Old Man believes the English only respect one thing. What is that one thing?
3. Ilana's broadcasts are a product of the _______________, the men find out.
4. From what concentration camp did Elisha come during the events of World War II?
5. During what season does the opening section of the novel take place?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did Elisha, the main character, come to be in France after the events of WWII?
2. What does Elisha know about the man who is residing in the hiding place where Elisha is?
3. How is David ben Moshe treated around the world during the time of conflict after his capture?
4. What will happen to David ben Moshe as a result of his capture by the English?
5. What are some of the basic ideas of the Movement's ideology as taught to recruits by Gad?
6. What is the cellar of the two story building somewhere between Ramat-Gan and Tel Aviv used for?
7. How can one tell the different between night and day time, according to the beggar in Elisha's memory?
8. What is the lesson that the beggar taught Elisha when he was walking through the dark?
9. Why didn't Elisha want to return to his native town where his family used to live?
10. Why does Gad want Elisha to join the Movement of Jews who are fighting against the English?
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