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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. What season is it at the end of Chapter 40?
2. Where does Paul Berlin first spot Cacciato in Chapter 44?
(a) An outdoor market.
(b) A movie house.
(c) A cathedral.
(d) A hotel lobby.
3. What time is it in Chapter 32?
(a) 5:00 a.m.
(b) 3:00 a.m.
(c) 2:30 a.m.
(d) 4:30 a.m.
4. What type of tree is Paul Berlin surprised to notice in Chapter 41?
(a) A eucalyptus.
(b) An oak.
(c) A fern.
(d) A willow.
5. What does the girl in the van think must be the worst part of going to war?
(a) The sleeplessness.
(b) The filth.
(c) The guilt.
(d) The anxiety.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does the girl say she has contacts that can help the soldiers escape military duty?
2. In this chapter, to what does the girl in the van compare to the War?
3. What does Captain Rhallon repeatedly say he would rather be doing than legal work?
4. What happens to Paul Berlin when he is removed from isolation at the beginning of Chapter 33?
5. In this chapter, of what does Oscar Johnson say Stink Johnson was full?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Stink Harris jump off the ship at the end of Chapter 38?
2. Why does Cacciato require convincing regarding the Martin murder?
3. How does Paul Berlin characterize the true war stories he has in Chapter 42?
4. What shift in power does Lieutenant Corson acknowledge as he speaks to Paul Berlin in Chapter 43?
5. What lesson does Oscar Johnson declare should be learned from Buff's death?
6. What does Paul Berlin rationalize is the essential purpose of the Vietnam War at the end of Chapter 40?
7. Describe Captain Rhallon.
8. Why does the Squad occasionally march down trails likely to be booby trapped?
9. What argument does Captain Rhallon make in Chapter 29 regarding the importance of a well-respected mission in War?
10. Describe the hypothetical conversation Paul Berlin imagines with the young girl in hoop earrings.
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