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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 happened to deserters?
(b) Rarely found
(c) Life in prison
(d) Sent to the front lines
2. Who helped Graves locate housing in Egypt?
(b) University staff
(d) Ex -soldiers
3. Which of the following literary icons did not die in rapid succession while Graves attended Oxford?
4. Why did Graves' commanding officer refuse to honor his request to resign his commission?
(a) He wanted him to take over his command
(b) He needed him to continue to train new soldiers
(c) He wanted him to perform in the Battalion theatrical
(d) He did not like Graves and wanted him to suffer
5. What degree did Graves receive when he completed his time at Oxford?
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Graves find displayed everywhere in England?
2. What would the students who passed the examination go on to do?
3. What did Lawrence personally refuse to do in regard to his books?
4. In what country did Graves live during World War II?
5. What disease do Graves' children contract for which they receive only indifferent medical attention?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe how Graves passed the time before he underwent the operation on his nose while he was back home in England?
2. How did Graves feel about the local customs and culture while in Egypt?
3. Describe the university and classes Graves held as he began his new post as a professor in Egypt.
4. After Graves was injured, what steps were taken by the military and himself?
5. What did Graves become familiar with as he was stationed at headquarters company?
6. Describe in detail Graves' life after WWII.
7. During this post-war time, what did Nicholson do that later Graves and Lawrence needed to help him with?
8. Describe how Graves felt about Oxford when he enrolled in October of 1919.
9. What happened as Graves tried to resign his commission and demobilize as a student to Oxford?
10. Describe the three essays Graves uses as an apology for his rapid abandonment of his teaching post in Cairo.
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