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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why did the baby need to be drugged according to Henrik?
2. What happened to Annemarie's mother on the return trip to the house from the boat?
3. Which of the following words best describes dinner with Uncle Henrik after he has delivered the Rosens to Sweden?
4. What was the name of the king of Denmark during the occupation?
5. Who pounds on the door during the gathering around the casket at Uncle Henrik's house?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 13, what does Inge tell Annemarie to do should the soldiers stop her?
2. What awakens Annemarie as she dozed off in the rocking chair in Chapter 10?
3. What do the German soldiers want to know in Chapter 10?
4. Describe at least two of the people who are in the living room "mourning" Aunt Birte with Annemarie.
5. Why do Annemarie and Henrik go to the barn to have a serious conversation in Chapter 16?
6. In Chapter 12, what does Mama warn the Rosens to do on their way to Henrik's boat?
7. How does the jacket in Chapter 11 make Ellen realize that her life has changed significantly?
8. Who tipped off the Rabbi who warned the Jews that the Germans were rounding them up?
9. Why was cocaine added to the mixture placed on the handkerchief?
10. Describe how Lise was killed.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Write an essay reacting to this statement: "The greatest tragedies can inspire people to display bravery and moral courage." Use information from the text and personal experience throughout your essay.
Essay Topic 2
Throughout the story, the children are affected by the underlying tension of the adults around them. Write an essay describing how this worked and a time where you felt different because of the tension you sensed in the adults around you. Use information from the text and your own personal experience in developing this essay.
Essay Topic 3
Write an essay contrasting the fairy tale world and the actual events surrounding Ellen and Annemarie. Be sure to use specific examples from the story to support your contrasts.
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