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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. What was Mrs. Ching?
2. Who joined Gladys in her mission work?
3. Who seemed to answer Gladys' complaint?
4. Where did Gladys tend the wounded soldiers?
5. To whom did Gladys introduce Mrs. Ching?
Short Essay Questions
1. Did Gladys leave China during the Chinese-Japanese War?
2. Why did Mrs. Ching not cooperate with Gladys when they first met?
3. Was the British consulate official in Japan right in scolding Gladys?
4. In Chapter 3, why did Gladys decide to trust the young woman in Vladivostok and follow the old man?
5. Do you think Gladys was right in being nervous about the interpreter in Vladivostok?
6. Describe Gladys' mission work in England, before she left for China.
7. Did Gladys have a reason to be afraid when awakened one night during the convention?
8. In Chapter 6, why did the woman not care if the child was out in the sun?
9. How did reading the Bible convince Gladys to go to China?
10. Was Gladys'convention ruined by the guest speaker failing to arrive?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Gladys led an extraordinary life and exceeded the expectations others had for her. Does she appear proud of her accomplishments in her autobiography? Support your answers with three examples from the book.
Essay Topic 2
The movie The Inn of the Sixth Happiness takes many liberties with Gladys' life and incorporates a love story into the plot. How do you think Gladys responded to this? Should movies or books about a historical figure be allowed to alter the facts for the sake of entertaining the audience? Did Gladys' life need a love story to make it interesting?
Essay Topic 3
War affected Gladys several times during her life time. Cite one example when Gladys was in the midst of war. Describe her actions and reactions to the event. Discuss whether or not you consider her actions commendable.
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