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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. Rinaldi's aggression toward the priest in Chapter 25 is "excused" by the major because of this medical condition.
2. This epidemic killed 7,000 soldiers over the past winter.
(d) small pox
3. Frederic and Catherine pass the summer by:
(a) Carriage rides
(b) Dining out
(c) Spending time together in the hospital
(d) All of the above
4. At the start of Chapter 9, Frederic leaves his men to:
(a) drive the ambulance
(b) receive new orders
(c) find food
(d) write to Catherine
5. Frederic is informed that this person has also been reassigned to Milan:
(d) the priest
Short Answer Questions
1. At the close of Chapter 14, it is clear that Frederic's true feelings for Catherine:
2. Of which of the following is the priest tired?
3. The men in the army predict the upcoming year of the war to be _________ for the Italians.
4. What is Catherine Barkley's profession?
5. This character takes the more practical approach to marriage in Chapter 18.
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Ettore.
2. How is friendship portrayed in the novel so far?
3. How do you think Frederic feels about the news of Catherine being relocated?
4. How does each couple react to the other's news in Chapter 22?
5. How might Frederic's viewpoint toward the war change after his injury?
6. Describe Frederic's attitude toward his own mortality.
7. What is the significance of the Saint Anthony medal Catherine gives to Frederic?
8. What evidence is given that Catherine is approaching their relationship tentatively at this time?
9. Compare and contrast Frederic and Catherine's access to alone time with that of an average young adult couple today.
10. Expand upon Question #13. Have your opinions on Frederic's relationship with alcohol been changed, confirmed and/or altered? What is ironic about Frederic's interaction with alcohol in Chapter 22?
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