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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 Tobin "Badger" Muller's wife?
2. Who describes herself as dumb in Chapter 65?
(a) Elise Traynor.
(b) Betsy Baron.
(c) Jane Ellis.
(d) Miss Tamara Doolittle.
3. What does Mr. Bevins describe the experience of stepping into Lincoln as being like in Chapter 45?
(a) Stepping into fresh snowfall.
(b) Stepping into a summer barn at night.
(c) Walking into traffic.
(d) Riding on a horse at dusk.
4. Herndon’s Informants is said to detail whose account in Chapter 72?
(a) Mary Lincoln's.
(b) Robert G. Twistings'.
(c) Theodore Blasgen's.
(d) E. G. Frame's.
5. Who is attributed with writing Letters of a Union Fellow in Chapter 70?
(a) Stephen Sears.
(b) Robert G. Twistings.
(c) Theodore Blasgen.
(d) Tobian Clearly.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is cited as the author of "These Battle Memories" in Chapter 47?
2. Who is said to have written Accidental Jehovah: Will, Focus, and the Great Deed?
3. Who is the doctor that ssured Lincoln that Willie would recover?
4. When was Minnesota admitted as a U.S. state?
5. Who is described in Chapter 53 as raging in frustration at drunken Anatomy students?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is described in the account of Paul Riles, White House guard in Chapter 57?
2. How does Mrs. Francis Hodge describe Litzie's life?
3. What are the prides of Professor Edmund Bloomer and Lawrence T. Decroix?
4. Why do Vollman and Bevins try to persuade Lincoln to return to the mausoleum in Chapter 51?
5. What does the Reverend Thomas describe of his transformation in Chapter 80?
6. What does Willie's suit symbolize in the novel?
7. How are the Crutcher brothers and Mr. and Mrs. Reedy described?
8. How did Bevins and Vollman once cause a wedding?
9. How do Mr. Bevins and Mr. Vollman go about occupying Mr. Lincoln in Chapter 44?
10. How did Elson Farwell die?
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