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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. Where is Ginzburg sent to work?
(b) Weaving coop.
(c) Farm fields.
2. How is Julia and Ginzburg's existence described?
(a) Fairly comfortable.
3. Who is Zinaida Tulub?
(a) A physicist.
(b) A biologist.
(c) A physician.
(d) An historical novelist.
4. Why does Ginzburg hide the fact that she is ill?
(a) She is afraid of the incompetence of the physicians.
(b) She is not ill.
(c) She does not want to be separated from her friends.
(d) She is afraid she'll be executed.
5. Why do Ginzburg eat bread and a pound of sugar?
(a) They don't want it to burn up in the fire.
(b) They have been cut to half rations.
(c) They have not been allowed to eat for several days.
(d) They believe they are about to die.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Maria Nimtsevitskaya give Ginzburg?
2. What does Petukhov vow?
3. About what does Julia become optimistic?
4. The women are sent from the prison _______________.
5. How does Ginzburg characterize Marya Dogadkina?
Short Essay Questions
1. What gives the prisoners a moment of happiness and how do they share their goods?
2. What new rule is forced upon the prisoners and how do they react to the restriction?
3. What happens when the prisoners are held in a transfer camp?
4. What happens when the Prison Governor comes to visit Ginzburg?
5. What happens when Ginzburg is taken to Magadan Infirmary?
6. What does Ginzburg learn about her father and how does this seem to cause unwarranted punishment?
7. Upon what does Ginzburg reflect when she hears that Lenin's widow has died?
8. What happens when Julia and Ginzburg see a flower in the courtyard?
9. What does Ginzburg say about the ongoing political purges and how do some of the prisoners view the likely incarceration of some of those fallen under the most recent purges?
10. What routine do Julia and Ginzburg maintain?
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