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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. How does Serena reply when Brigham chastises her about the way she treats him since he arrives?
2. What does Brigham say to Fiona when he comes down to the ball?
3. How does Fiona explain how she know when she is in love?
4. In the morning at the beginning of Chapter Three, what is Brigham thinking about his valet?
5. What happens when Serena tries a similar trick on Brigham and pretends to slip while carrying milk to the house?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Brigham get along with Ian MacGregor, Serena and Coll's father?
2. What is Serena thinking about as she churns butter hard enough to turn it rancid?
3. What does Brigham risk as he helps the Scottish Highland clans prepare for war against England?
4. What is Brigham's dream?
5. What is unusual about Serena's behavior as she sits in front of the fire with her mother brushing her hair?
6. What does Brigham realize after getting over the shock of seeing Serena with blood all over her skirt?
7. After Brigham mentions his upcoming trip to London, what happens to Serena's mood? Why? What affect does her mood have on Brigham?
8. As Serena tends to Brigham's wound, what does she discover?
9. Why does Brigham threaten to throw Serena into the water?
10. What happens when Brigham sees Serena leaving the barn with blood all over her skirt?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
So much of the novel is based on Serena's dislike and distrust of anyone English. Explain why she has such difficulty getting beyond this in her relationship with Brigham.
Essay Topic 2
There are several examples of loyalty in the story. Give examples of these and explain how they impact on the plot of the novel.
Essay Topic 3
What role is France playing in Prince Charles's plans to reclaim the English throne? How important is their role?
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