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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. Hemingway's journalist writing style changes slightly in Chapter 32 to be more:
2. As Catherine's labor progresses and worsens, Catherine is described as:
(a) being very alert
(b) yelling at Frederic
(c) staying strong
(d) going to pieces
3. Despite Catherine's pregnancy going well so far, her. . .
(a) love for Frederic begins to wane.
(b) concern for the coming child may foreshadow problems.
(c) mental state is declining.
(d) body is now overtaxed.
4. This military situation for the Italians at this point in the novel is:
5. Frederic and Catherine obtain ________ at the border town.
(b) a car
Short Answer Questions
1. During the retreat, Frederic's group picks up. . .
2. Catherine is fearful that Frederic now views her as:
3. Travel in town becomes difficult because of:
4. Which character warns Frederic about the police coming?
5. When Frederic returns from lunch, Catherine assures him. . .
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Hemingway slowly exhibit increasing betrayal between Frederic and the Italian army?
2. Why do you think Catherine suggests that the baby will "come between them"?
3. Summarize the discussion between Frederic and the bartender regarding news of the war.
4. Would you trust your friends or people who offer to help you if you were in Frederic's situation?
5. Why does the couple relocate to Lausanne?
6. Although seemingly content in his new life, what issue remains troubling to Frederic in Chapter 38?
7. What is the significance of Frederic's actions when he emerges from the river?
8. How does the porter know that Frederic and Catherine are not just going out for a normal walk? What evidence supports his inference?
9. Does Frederic's killing of one of the soldiers make him more or less of a leader?
10. Describe Frederic's reaction to the birth of his son.
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