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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. How did Graves find the politics of school life?
(b) Easily maneuvered
2. What degree did Graves receive when he completed his time at Oxford?
3. When were Graves and Nicholson married?
(a) February 1919
(b) April 1918
(c) March 1917
(d) January 1918
4. Which of the following terms did Graves use to describe England?
5. What did Graves and Sassoon spend many hours together doing?
(a) Writing poetry
(b) Correcting errors in reporting
(c) Finding a way to escape the war
(d) Planning escape from the war
Short Answer Questions
1. What happened to Graves as he completed his work as a drill and musketry instructor?
2. Sassoon's political views could best be described as?
3. How did Graves describe the enrollment at Oxford in October of 1919?
4. What does it mean to serially publish a book?
5. How old was Graves in 1916?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe in detail Graves' life after WWII.
2. Describe the three essays Graves uses as an apology for his rapid abandonment of his teaching post in Cairo.
3. Describe how Graves' opinions of the war differed from those he became friends with at Oxford?
4. Describe the university and classes Graves held as he began his new post as a professor in Egypt.
5. What happened in late July to Graves' company and to him during an artillery formation?
6. What did Graves do in Ireland that he found distasteful though he performed it as it was his duty?
7. What happened to Graves and his family toward the end of his schooling and what steps did he take because of this?
8. What did Graves do during his recovery period from his nose surgery before he returned to the war?
9. When were Graves' last children to his first wife born and what did he do during this time?
10. After Graves was injured, what steps were taken by the military and himself?
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