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Livia Bitton-Jackson
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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 is Laura's assignment at Waldlager?
(a) Organizing clothes.
(b) Scrubbing the floors.
(c) Cleaning the stables.
(d) Working in the kitchen.

2. When an SS guard arrives at Augsburg, how does the women's treatment change?
(a) Their treatment becomes worse.
(b) Their treatment does not change.
(c) Their food rations increase, as does their work.
(d) Their treatment becomes better.

3. When a military guard asks Laura her name, how does she reply?
(a) With her sister's name.
(b) With her mother's name.
(c) With a fake name.
(d) With her tattooed number.

4. How does Elli respond to the local woman guessing her age?
(a) "It is always night."
(b) "I have lived a thousand years."
(c) "I am tired."
(d) "This too shall pass."

5. What do Elli and Laura do the night before the scheduled decimation?
(a) Sleep extra.
(b) Read a prayer book.
(c) Eat their reserves.
(d) Give away their blankets.

Short Answer Questions

1. After the women waited to travel from Plaszow, what news do they receive?

2. When a rainstorm hits suddenly, what are the women doing?

3. Why does Laura put a piece of cloth around Bubi's head?

4. In "Herr Zerkubel" how are the women sorted?

5. How does Elli first feel in her new clothes she receives at Augsburg?

Short Essay Questions

1. What is the importance of Laura keeping her handkerchief?

2. Why does Elli call her and her mother's reunion a "divine miracle"?

3. What is sad concerning Laura and Elli's work on leveling a hillside in preparation of construction?

4. Why does Elli jump on the guard's back?

5. Why does Elli's dream convince her that her father is dead?

6. Why does Elli feel so different about her town after the war?

7. Why does Bitton-Jackson include great details about the family's trip back to their home?

8. What are the prisoners reactions to the gunfire and planes in "It's An American Plane"?

9. What is significant about Elli's tattoo at Auschwitz?

10. Why does Elli want to sing the American national anthem when she arrives at the Statue of Liberty?

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