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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. Why is Ginsburg sad on September 1, 1935?
(a) It is the anniversary of when she first started teaching.
(b) It is the anniversary of when her young daughter had died.
(c) It is the anniversary of when her young son had died.
(d) She is no longer allowed to teach and it's the first day of school.
2. Who agonizes over the hearing on Ginzburg?
(a) Her friends who are caught in their own false accusations.
(b) Ginzburg's favorite mentor.
(c) Ginzburg's third cousin who must pronounce the judgement.
(d) One of her former students whoi s the head of the committee.
3. Who is Lyama Shepel?
(a) One of the interrogators.
(b) Ginzburg's cell mate.
(c) Ginzburg's family servant.
(d) A cook at the prison.
4. How is Vevers described?
(b) Cold and calculating.
5. Why is Ginzburg sent home?
(a) To await her sentence.
(b) The charges against her were dropped.
(c) The charges were held in abeyance.
(d) To settle her personal affairs.
Short Answer Questions
1. For how long does this form of interrogation last?
2. Where is Ginzburg sent at the opening of Chapter 19?
3. What does Lydia tell Ginzburg that God does?
4. What is returned to Ginzburg?
5. What does Milda encourage Ginzburg to do?
Short Essay Questions
1. What routine do Julia and Ginzburg maintain?
2. Describe the interrogation of Ginzburg by Livanov.
3. Describe the situation that occurs concerning Carola Heintschke.
4. Why does Vasily Petukhov decide to help Ginzburg survive?
5. What small joy do Ginzburg and the other prisoners enjoy when the Black Maria is late?
6. Who is Eugenia Semyonovna Ginzburg and why is she awakened early in the morning on December 1, 1934?
7. What is Julia determined to do and what does she save for the day?
8. Who is Secretary Abdullin and what does he ask of Ginzburg?
9. What does Alexandra Alexandrovna advise Ginzburg?
10. Describe Captain Vevers' behavior to Ginzburg.
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