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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. Where does Prince Charles begin his march to war?
2. How does Murray advise the Prince to proceed with the war?
3. What does Brigham ask Prince Charles permission to do?
4. What happens to Brigham during the battle of Drumossie Moor?
5. In Chapter 13, what does Brigham ask Serena to do if something happens to him?
Short Essay Questions
1. After burying their father, what does Serena and Malcolm do? Why?
2. Why does Brigham go to the men's club that evening, even though he is warned to leave? Doesn't he care that he is in danger?
3. How does the author handle the crossover between what is happening in Glenroe at the same time as the battle near Culloden House? How do each progress?
4. When Serena and the rest of the family arrive in Edinburgh, what does Brigham do? What happens as a result of it?
5. What surprise does Brigham have when he comes to in the cave?
6. How many men are there when the standard is raised at Glenfinnan? Is that a sufficient number to go to war? If not, why do they proceed?
7. What does Serena admit to her mother she is upset about marrying Brigham? What does Fiona tell Serena after realizing her daughter is so distressed over whether she marries Brigham or not?
8. In Chapter Nine, when Brigham finds Serena at her favorite place near the water, what is she doing?
9. What happens in the fight just south of Stirling regarding the battle and the personal toll?
10. What happens when the Scots reach Edinburgh? What does Brigham and Coll say about what is happening after they took the city?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What is it about Brigham that he so easily builds a trusting relationship with young Malcolm?
Essay Topic 2
Explain what influences the strength of the Scottish Highlanders as they go to war. Give examples of how this is demonstrated in the story.
Essay Topic 3
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?
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