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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. 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 wanted him to perform in the Battalion theatrical
(c) He did not like Graves and wanted him to suffer
(d) He needed him to continue to train new soldiers
2. How many children did Graves have?
3. Which of the following parts was not injured on Graves?
4. To whom did Lawrence introduce Graves?
(a) Ezra Pound
(b) Robert Nichols
(c) Thomas Hardy
(d) John Masefield
5. What was the last year Graves attended Oxford?
Short Answer Questions
1. In what country did Graves live during World War II?
2. What was Graves plagued by as he entered school at Oxford?
3. Socially, England became anti which nationality?
4. How did Graves describe the enrollment at Oxford in October of 1919?
5. What sport does Graves take up?
Short Essay Questions
1. When were Graves' last children to his first wife born and what did he do during this time?
2. Describe the three essays Graves uses as an apology for his rapid abandonment of his teaching post in Cairo.
3. How did Graves feel about the local customs and culture while in Egypt?
4. In what way did Graves act to prevent his friend Sassoon from being court-martialed or serving a prison sentence?
5. Describe one specific area in which Graves demonstrated a serious nervous disorder that seemed unusual.
6. Describe how Graves' opinions of the war differed from those he became friends with at Oxford?
7. Describe the university and classes Graves held as he began his new post as a professor in Egypt.
8. How did England change socially during 1919 while Graves was in Oxford?
9. After Graves was injured, what steps were taken by the military and himself?
10. What did Graves do after he resigned his teaching position?
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