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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. Who is Garey Sagidullin?
(a) A janitor.
(b) A prison guard.
(c) An old professor.
(d) An interrogator.
2. To where has Ginzburg's case been referred?
(a) The Supreme Court of the Soviet Union.
(b) Her case has been dismissed.
(c) Back to her home town council.
(d) The Military Intelligence branch of investigations.
3. What does Ginzburg do when she explodes in anger at this latest charge?
(a) Curses Stalin.
(b) Denounces her husband.
(c) Tries to kill herself.
(d) Denounces Yaroslavsky.
4. Why is Nina in prison?
(a) For failing to denounce someone who denounces Stalin.
(b) Her boyfriend is in a conspiracy group.
(c) Her mother said negative things about Stalin.
(d) Her brother denounced Stalin and Nina does not report him.
5. How long does the second round of interrogations last?
(a) Three hours.
(b) 1 day.
(c) Six weeks.
(d) 5 days.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is Ginzburg summoned to a Party meeting?
2. What incenses Ginzburg about how her answers are recorded?
3. Who apologizes to Ginzburg?
4. Why is Ginsburg sad on September 1, 1935?
5. How does Stalin label sections of the book that Elvov writes?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does one prisoner do and others follow that breaks up the horror of their situation momentarily?
2. How does Ginzburg offer an act of forgiveness for the man who labeled Ginzburg a terrorist?
3. What gives the prisoners a moment of happiness and how do they share their goods?
4. Describe Captain Vevers' behavior to Ginzburg.
5. How is Ginzburg's mother-in-law described and what does she advise Ginzburg?
6. Why does Ginzburg waken one day to find Krivitsky standing over her?
7. How is Ginzburg's situation changed on Red Army Day?
8. What happens after Ginzburg is given a summation of her indictments?
9. Who is Secretary Abdullin and what does he ask of Ginzburg?
10. To where is Ginzburg's case referred, and what is significant about that fact?
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