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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Pavlo say while he is dying?

2. What does Tower say the enemy can do in the beginning scene of Act 2, Part 5?

3. What does Pavlo tell Ardell to do after Ardell calls him a fool?

4. In Act 2, Part 1, what is the marching song about?

5. What does Jones say that Pavlo is going to get from Yen?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Pavlo's experience with Brisbey is the first of several confrontations Pavlo has with the harsh realities of war and army life. Our journey as audience members is the same as his. We are confronted with graphically portrayed images of the bodies and perspectives of soldiers and civilians alike are mutilated beyond repair, even destroyed, by the way militaristic attitudes teach those willing to believe that violence is not a means to an end, but an end unto itself.

Expand upon the other ways by which Rabe devises his anti-war message to the audience, using examples to back up your thoughts.

Essay Topic 2

As new characters are introduced, we begin to realize that many of their names may not have been arbitrarily assigned. That is to say that their names have metaphorical meaning in relation to the plot and setting itself. Write an essay exploring the possible meanings behind 3 or more characters' names in the play and how those names fit the characters' words and/or actions. Conclude by crediting these metaphors to a deeper understanding of Rabe's intention in naming these characters.

Essay Topic 3

Rabe's anti-war message comes through loud and clear in several ways in the final scenes of the play. Find at least 5 moments during which Rabe sends his message and explain how each moment is employed to be clear and strong. Conclude by explaining what you believe might be the play's thematic warning about war in general and what it ultimately offers to humanity.

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