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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. Why does Brigham throw wine in the Colonel's face?
2. After learning about the duel, what does Serena tell Brigham when she goes to his room?
3. Who exercises privileges by claiming a dance with Serena?
4. In the final pages of Chapter Thirteen, after the battle when some of the men want to go after the English army, what does Brigham say?
5. What does Brigham see happening to Coll during the battle of Drumossie Moor?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where does the family go now that the cave is no longer safe?
2. How do they treat Brigham's wounds in the cave?
3. What does Brigham learn from the earl of Whitesmouth?
4. What misunderstanding does Brigham realize Serena has after they make love?
5. What does Brigham say when she tells him there is nothing she denies him? Explain why he feels that way?
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 happens as the group of Highlanders move eastward? Explain why this happens?
8. 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?
9. What does Brigham reply when Serena asks why he fights Standish? Explain what he means.
10. What happens when five dragoons find Serena and the rest hiding in the cave?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What changes after the Scots take Edinburgh? Does this influence the outcome of the war? How?
Essay Topic 2
Why is the ending of this story actually a beginning? What feelings do Serena and Brigham express as they prepare to leave. What hopes do they take with them?
Essay Topic 3
Explain what influences the strength of the Scottish Highlanders as they go to war. Give examples of how this is demonstrated in the story.
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