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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 feel about life at the royal court?
2. Why does Brigham throw wine in the Colonel's face?
3. When France withholds their support of the rebellion, what does Prince Charles do to raise money?
4. What happens when Serena realizes he wants her to marry him, not be his mistress?
5. What does Serena do when Brigham regains consciousness?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Brigham wonder about the men and their understanding about the battles they win?
2. What bothers Brigham about the English officer named Standish? Why does he join the game where Standish is playing a game of dice? What does Brigham do, and why?
3. When Serena and the rest of the family arrive in Edinburgh, what does Brigham do? What happens as a result of it?
4. What is Serena struggling with during the three weeks in Holyrood House?
5. 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?
6. Why is Serena so upset when Brigham finds her near the water?
7. 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?
8. How do they treat Brigham's wounds in the cave?
9. What does Brigham learn from the earl of Whitesmouth?
10. What does Brigham reply when Serena asks why he fights Standish? Explain what he means.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What precautions does Brigham take to insure the war plans are kept secret? Why is it necessary to take these precautions?
Essay Topic 2
Explain the purpose of a duel; What are the rules of a duel? Why does Brigham have to set up Standish under false pretenses of a game of dice in order to fight the duel?
Essay Topic 3
Give examples of how Commander O'Sullivan and Commander Murray differ in their war tactics and what results in the situations where they disagreed.
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