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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 29, another obstacle that arises for the group is they. . .
2. During the retreat, Frederic's group picks up. . .
3. Which statement best describes Frederics feelings about spending time away from Catherine?
4. Who tells Frederic that Catherine has left Milan?
5. What is the cargo of the car in which Frederic has stowed away?
Short Essay Questions
1. What advice does the Count give to Frederic about aging?
2. What do you think Frederic would say in a letter to Catherine if he were to write one at this point? What might he describe?
3. Describe Helen Ferguson as a character.
4. Summarize the discussion between Frederic and the bartender regarding news of the war.
5. Does Frederic's killing of one of the soldiers make him more or less of a leader?
6. What do we learn from Frederic's dream involving Catherine?
7. What challenges are posed to Frederic and Catherine in Chapter 36?
8. How do Catherine and Frederic circumvent the border patrol?
9. Is Frederic's goodbye to Catherine "fitting" considering his love for her? Why or why not?
10. How has the relationship between Catherine and Frederic matured?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
When devising a plot, an author has four available types of conflict: man vs. man; man vs. nature; man vs. society; and man vs. himself.
1 - Which of these conflicts applies to the plot of this novel and the conflict Frederic faces? Does more than one apply? Discuss.
2 - How does conflict strengthen the framework of a story?
Essay Topic 2
Catherine and Frederic are both influential characters in this book. Which character do you feel was more influential and why? Did this character experience more or less change than the other? Discuss the influence this character had on the other, as well as the story.
Essay Topic 3
In this novel, Frederic and Catherine oscillate in their feelings toward one another, especially earlier in the novel.
1- What did the "games" the couple played early in the novel suggest about their relationship?
2- What was the significance of the discussion Frederic had with the priest regarding love?
3 - At what point do you think Frederic really knew he loved Catherine? At what point do you think Catherine knew she loved Frederic?
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