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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. What happens while Maggie and Gwen are pinning up Serena's dress for the ball?
2. Why does Brighan's driver, Jem, look in on Malcolm's horse?
3. Who are the Jacobites?
4. Who do Ian and Brigham have to be careful of if they plan another meeting of the clans?
5. How does Fiona respond when Serena says she wishes she is more like her or Gwen?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Brigham think is wrong with the battleground at Drumossie Moor?
2. What does Fiona tell Serena about meeting her father that surprises Serena?
3. Why does the Captain beat and rape Fiona?
4. Why is Serena so upset when Brigham finds her near the water?
5. When are bagpipes most often used?
6. What does Brigham learn from the earl of Whitesmouth?
7. Why doesn't Serena like Brigham in spite of the fact that he got her brother to safety after being wounded?
8. What surprises Serena about Brigham's kisses?
9. What happens when Brigham sees Serena dancing with the other men?
10. In Chapter Nine, why does Brigham follow Serena to her favorite place near the water? What does Serena ask him to do? What does he do?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Why does Serena consider herself different in her ways? What is wrong with the way she acts? If she is wrong, what is the expected way for a young woman to act?
Essay Topic 2
Explain the interplay between Serena and Brigham when she finds out about the duel and goes to his bedroom to tell him she will marry him. Why is she suddenly so sure she wants to marry him? Is it because he kills Standish? Why is Brigham bothered by the fact that she only agrees to be his wife after learning about the duel?
Essay Topic 3
What concerns Brigham as he looks at the battlefield at Drumossie Moor? What military strategy does he recommend? Why? What is the result?
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