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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. What does Ilana call Elisha, though he asks her to stop calling him that?
(a) Quiet soul
(b) Silly man
(c) Poor boy
2. Gad owes his life to three ____________ who were supposed to be killed in a specific way as directed by the Old Man.
3. Elisha wants to ____________ Dawson, otherwise he's killing a man for no reason at all.
4. When Elisha begs the boy for answers, what does the boy reply?
(a) Don't you know?
(b) Do I know you?
(c) What do you think the answer is?
(d) Who are you?
5. What does Gad reply when Elisha asks what he would have done if the men hadn't made a choice?
(a) I'd have killed myself instead
(b) I would have made them kill each other
(c) I would have shot them all
(d) I would have drawn straws
Short Answer Questions
1. Gideon thinks he is only alive because he did not admit _____________.
2. Ilana is saved from being killed by a member of the opposition by a situation with ____________.
3. Who offers to break the news of his impending death to John Dawson?
4. Elisha's mother used to tell him there was a ____________ that would guide and protect him everywhere he goes.
5. What is the question Dawson then asks, surprising Elisha in the process?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the macabre reasoning for Catherine's desire to make love to Elisha at the youth camp in Normandy?
2. Why is Elisha positive that John Dawson will not want anything to eat during his time being captured?
3. What does John Dawson request from Elisha after he begins to pace around the room?
4. What is ironic about the room in which John is being held as a prisoner?
5. What is the question that Elisha asks of every ghost in the room with him, though he has a hard time getting an answer?
6. What does John Dawson do when Gideon tells him that he is going to die at dawn the next day?
7. What does Elisha begin to understand about the idea of killing others as he talks with the younger version of himself?
8. Why does John Dawson appear to pity Elisha instead of being mad at him?
9. How are things different when Elisha returns upstairs after the killing of John Dawson?
10. What did Gad do to narrowly escape his own death, according to his recollection?
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