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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 to the MacGregor's in 1735?
2. How does Fiona respond when Serena says she wishes she is more like her or Gwen?
3. What book is Serena reading as she sits with Coll?
4. Why does Gwen tell Brigham he needs rest?
5. Why is Brigham upset with Parkins again?
Short Essay Questions
1. As Serena tends to Brigham's wound, what does she discover?
2. Why doesn't Serena like Brigham in spite of the fact that he got her brother to safety after being wounded?
3. What is Coll's reaction when Maggie MacDonald arrives at Glenroe for a visit with her friends?
4. How does Maggie tease Serena when she does nothing but deny any interest in Brigham?
5. What happens when Brigham sees Serena leaving the barn with blood all over her skirt?
6. When Brigham says he wants Serena in Chapter Seven, what does she assume he means?
7. What does Fiona tell Serena about meeting her father that surprises Serena?
8. What happens when Brigham sees Serena dancing with the other men?
9. Why does Fiona tell Serena to take the younger children and hide in the nursery?
10. What does Brigham risk as he helps the Scottish Highland clans prepare for war against England?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Explain why Brigham, a titled, wealthy and respected citizen of England, sides with the Scots in a war that gains him nothing. What about his heritage is part of his decision? What about his personal code is part of the decision?
Essay Topic 2
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 3
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.
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