Sarah's Key Test | Final Test - Easy

Tatiana de Rosnay
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does Bamber notice about Julia?
(a) That she hasn't been touched by the site at all.
(b) That she seems to be ill.
(c) That something is wrong.
(d) That she looks faint.

2. How does Julia take this person's arrival at the nursing home?
(a) As an opportunity to get new information.
(b) As a sign of contrition.
(c) As a bad sign.
(d) As a sign of aggression.

3. When did Gaspard DuFaure find out that Sarah was a Jewish refugee?
(a) Forty years later.
(b) As a child.
(c) Years ago.
(d) As soon as he heard about her.

4. What is Julia's interview like, with the person Mara Rainsferd put her in touch with?
(a) Awkward because of language differences.
(b) It keeps being postponed and ultimately never happened.
(c) Satisfying.
(d) Horrible.

5. What is Julia looking forward to doing?
(a) Being free of the baby.
(b) Divorcing Bertrand.
(c) Leaving Paris.
(d) Reuniting with Bertrand.

6. Where do Julia and Bamber travel next?
(a) Drancy.
(b) Beaune-la-Rolande.
(c) Paris.
(d) Vel d'Hiv'.

7. Where does Julia go to meet Gaspard DuFaure?
(a) Paris.
(b) Orleans.
(c) Marseilles.
(d) Nancy.

8. What did Julia receive from the person she met at the nursing home?
(a) The key to the cubby where Sarah's brother died.
(b) Letters from Sarah to his father.
(c) Photos of Sarah.
(d) A file on Sarah.

9. What does the narrator say about the awareness of the history Julia goes looking for?
(a) No one remembers it any more.
(b) People who know it don't talk about it.
(c) There are other places for remembering that history.
(d) Times have changed too much for it to be important any longer.

10. What hits home for Julia Jaramond when she sees a photo of Sarah?
(a) Sarah looks like Zoe.
(b) Sarah is Zoe's age.
(c) She recognized Sarah.
(d) Sarah looks like her.

11. What does the narrator say about children surviving the deportations and camps?
(a) There were camps of runaway children surviving in the forests.
(b) Some survived, but not many.
(c) They typically only survived until late autumn, if they ran away.
(d) Almost all children were captured and sent to camps.

12. What do Julia and Guillaume find at their destination?
(a) The camp is now low-income housing.
(b) A memorial for deported Jews.
(c) A national park at the camp.
(d) Ruins of the former camp.

13. What does the curator at the Memorial Museum tell Julia?
(a) That most people don't care what happened there.
(b) That this is the center of attempts to memorialize the war and the deportations.
(c) That there's no escaping the shadow of what happened there.
(d) That interest in the history comes and goes in waves.

14. How does the letter describe Sarah's feelings about peace?
(a) It is a fleeting sensation.
(b) It is an illusion.
(c) It doesn't exist.
(d) It has a bitter taste.

15. Who shows up at the nursing home when Julia was scheduled to visit?
(a) Bamber.
(b) Arthur Tézac.
(c) The DuFaures.
(d) Eduard.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Nathalie DuFaure tell Julia she found?

2. What does the letter talk about?

3. Where does Julia travel to, in her search for Sarah?

4. How do the DuFaures respond to what Sarah tells them?

5. What does Julia tell Charla?

(see the answer keys)

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