|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Lobel think are the only real things in the world?
2. When Peewee is joking that he didn't know he was in Vietnam, where does he joke that he thinks he is?
(a) St. Louis.
(c) New Orleans.
3. In what Japanese city does Richie's airplane have a layover?
4. What is the name of the camp where Peewee and Richie's platoon is sent?
(a) Chunrong Lia.
(b) Lia ChaCha.
(c) Lia Chun.
(d) Chu Lia.
5. What offer is Richie given in regards to his medical records?
(a) To have his medical records expunged.
(b) To select one soldier to go home with him.
(c) To drop out of the army entirely.
(d) To leave when his knee begins hurting.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jenkins tell Richie that he fears about being in the army?
2. What medical problem does Richie come down with, prompting him to take several days off to recover?
3. What is Richie's response to the offer regarding his medical records?
4. From which soldier does Richie borrow a Bible so that he can read the Lord's prayer?
5. During the prayer, what is Jenkins called?
Short Essay Questions
1. Before getting on the plane to return home, what do Peewee and Richie note about the newspaper coverage of the war?
2. What is the reaction among the troops when the newspaper arrives with photos of war protesters burning their draft cards?
3. When does Richie realize that Johnson would have been a natural-born leader?
4. How does it come to be that Richie is shot?
5. Why does Peewee ask Richie to write a letter to Earlene on his behalf?
6. What letter does Gearhart give to Richie and Walowick to hold onto?
7. What happens to Richie's knee, and why is he still sent to Vietnam?
8. Why does Richard Perry decide to join the army?
9. What happens during the new soldiers first night on patrol?
10. How does Lieutenant Carroll die?
This section contains 802 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)