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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 Zinaida Tulub?
(a) A physicist.
(b) An historical novelist.
(c) A biologist.
(d) A physician.
2. What do most of the women receive for sentences?
(a) 10-15 years.
(b) 5-8 years.
(c) 1-4 years.
(d) 20-30 years.
3. Where is Ginzburg assigned?
(a) To the camp library.
(b) To the laundry rooms.
(c) To the children's hospital.
(d) To the kitchen crew.
4. What happens when Ginzburg and Karepova are put in a cell together?
(a) They blame each other for being a turncoat.
(b) They ration their speaking so as not to run out of things to say.
(c) They talk for hours on end at end.
(d) They plot ways to escape.
5. What does Nabob sentence Ginzburg to do?
(a) To not eat for a week.
(b) To spend three days in the underground punishment cell.
(c) To move to a cell by herself and where talk to no one else.
(d) To hand over all her writing materials.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Angelina Klimenko?
2. What strikes Ginzburg when talking with Tulub?
3. What has Julia been saving?
4. For how long is Ginzburg at Yaroslavl?
5. To what does Ginzburg attribute her inability to distinguish one day from the next in the following year?
Short Essay Questions
1. What solution do Julia and Ginzburg find to reading in low light?
2. What are some of the rules Ginzburg mentions as being cited on a paper hanging on the wall?
3. What is it like for Ginzburg in her cell at the prison?
4. What happens when the Prison Governor comes to visit Ginzburg?
5. What happens when the prisoners are held in a transfer camp?
6. Why is Ginzburg taken to see Nabob and what happens?
7. How does Ginzburg compare Kostik to Keyzin?
8. Who is Marya Dogadkina and how is she described?
9. When is Ginzburg freed and what does she persist in believing in despite her life in prison?
10. What routine do Julia and Ginzburg maintain?
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