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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. Which of the following terms did Graves use to describe military justice?
2. Which genre did Graves write the most poetry in?
3. What does Graves offer as an apology for his rapid abandonment of his teaching post in Cairo?
(a) Three poems
(b) Three essays
(c) Transcripts of audio discussions
(d) Copies of grade reports
4. What happened to deserters?
(a) Rarely found
(c) Life in prison
(d) Sent to the front lines
5. In what city did Graves rejoin the war?
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Lawrence personally refuse to do in regard to his books?
2. What did Graves and Sassoon do once they rejoined the 3rd Battalion in England?
3. Who does Graves routinely help out?
4. Why did the police change the rules about soldiers convalescing at their personal homes?
5. Socially, England became anti which nationality?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe how Sassoon and Graves, both of whom were injured, spent their time recovering.
2. What did Graves do during his recovery period from his nose surgery before he returned to the war?
3. Describe what Graves did during his latter years while at Oxford?
4. What changed about the periods of convalescence for soldiers who were injured during a battle?
5. What did Graves do after he resigned his teaching position?
6. What did Graves do in Ireland that he found distasteful though he performed it as it was his duty?
7. Describe one specific area in which Graves demonstrated a serious nervous disorder that seemed unusual.
8. Describe the university and classes Graves held as he began his new post as a professor in Egypt.
9. What happened to Graves and his family toward the end of his schooling and what steps did he take because of this?
10. Describe the three essays Graves uses as an apology for his rapid abandonment of his teaching post in Cairo.
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