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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 does the mother say the father should not worry about when searching for somewhere to send David?
(a) The location.
(b) The government.
(c) The cost.
(d) The country.
2. Who comes with David as he escapes the farmhouse?
(a) The son.
(b) The farmer.
(d) The wife.
3. What condition to go on living does David believe he forgot when he met Maria?
(a) That he is not happy.
(b) That he not care for anyone.
(c) That he does not speak.
(d) That he does not smile.
4. Why does David claim God is cruel?
(a) For making him feel loved.
(b) For making him lonely.
(c) For trapping him with the farmer.
(d) For making him believe he was safe.
5. Why does the farmer lock the stable door one night?
(a) He is afraid David will kill him.
(b) He is afraid of the dog.
(c) He is afraid the police will find David.
(d) He realizes spring is quickly approaching.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the animal's name?
2. Why does David feel how one speaks is important?
3. Why did the man allow Johannes to live more freely than other prisoners?
4. What does David say about the right of parents over children?
5. What has David told Maria how to do so it doesn't hurt?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the frontier post, and how David managed to avoid it.
2. Explain David's experience within the church.
3. How does David locate Edith, and what happens when he arrives?
4. How does David cross into Denmark?
5. Why is being able to use proper wording important to David?
6. Describe how David comes to meet Sophie Hartmann, and describe Sophie.
7. Explain what Sophie means by "someone has broken his spirit".
8. Why does David stop caring consciously about what happens to him, and how does he manage to keep going?
9. Why does Giovanni respect David?
10. Explain why David doesn't like dogs, and how his friendship with King develops.
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