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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What seems to be happening to Henry's perception as the shooting starts?
(a) He cannot see details.
(b) Everything seems sharper and clearer.
(c) His vision blurs.
(d) He is blinded by gun powder.
2. How does most of the regiment react to the news of their charge against the enemy?
(a) objecting loudly
(b) with disbelief
(c) ralllying with anticipation
3. Who is the officer who chastises the lieutenant?
(a) the one who called them mule drivers
(b) the one who lost his horse
(c) the one who advises the general
(d) the one who carrys the battalion flag
4. What begins happening all around Henry?
(a) blue uniformed men are falling to the ground
(b) grass fires starting
(c) troops advancing from the rear
(d) bullets whizzing by his ears
5. What is Henry's resolve during the battle?
(a) to write everyting down
(b) not to move
(c) to look for escape
(d) to help the lieutenant
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Henry hear in the early morning?
2. What is Henry's dark thought about the enemy?
3. What does Henry see on the faces of sleeping soldiers?
4. What dangerous undertaking does Henry do after the flag bearer is killed?
5. Who does Henry hope to impress one day?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where does Henry's regiment go and why?
2. Explain why Henry and his friend went to find a stream.
3. What do Henry and his friend manage to do that boosts the morale of the Union forces to make the Rebels retreat?
4. What action does Henry take when the regiment begins to show signs of running down?
5. Describe how the battle begins as Henry's regiment begins the charge.
6. What does this battle prove about the regiment?
7. Thinking ahead, what image comes to Henry's mind?
8. How was Henry's reception back in the unit better than what he had hoped for?
9. Describe what startles Henry when he wakes up the following morning.
10. During the next wave of battle, describe Henry's actions.
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