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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 does Commander O'Sullivan have to say about a battle at Drumossie Moor?
2. In Chapter Eleven, why does Fiona ask Serena to sit down?
3. What does Brigham threaten to do to force her to marry him?
4. In Chapter 13, what does Brigham ask Serena to do if something happens to him?
5. What time are Serena and Brigham married?
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. What does Malcolm admit he is upset about when he talks with Brigham? How does Brigham react to what Malcolm tells him? What does Brigham tell Malcolm?
4. What misunderstanding does Brigham realize Serena has after they make love?
5. Where are the family when Coll and Brigham return to Glenroe and no one is there? What do they do?
6. After he returns to London, how does Brigham how does he feel about home? What else does he realize?
7. What happens to Brigham and Coll as the battle at Drumossie Moor is lost to the Highlanders?
8. What is Serena struggling with during the three weeks in Holyrood House?
9. What happens when the Scots reach Edinburgh? What does Brigham and Coll say about what is happening after they took the city?
10. What does Brigham think is wrong with the battleground at Drumossie Moor?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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.
Essay Topic 2
Give examples of how Commander O'Sullivan and Commander Murray differ in their war tactics and what results in the situations where they disagreed.
Essay Topic 3
Explain the custom of having a ball when young women reach a certain age. Are there any unusual circumstances that need to be overcome in having the ball at the MacGregor home? Why is the ball a perfect guise to cover the meeting to make more plans for war?
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