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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 does the neighbor say as the girl and her mother leave?
(a) She threatens them.
(b) She curses at them.
(c) She tells them that everything will be fine.
(d) She objects to their treatment.
2. How does the girl spend her time at the new location?
(a) Making friends.
(b) Attempting to escape.
(c) Looking for food.
(d) With her head between her knees.
3. Why is the girl angry with her father?
(a) She resents his powerlessness.
(b) She wants him to fight for her.
(c) She thinks he is preparing to abandon her.
(d) She doesn't think he cares about her brother.
4. What is Bertrand's attitude toward Julia?
5. What happens to the girls during the escape?
(a) They are caught and sent back.
(b) They get out without any incidents.
(c) The red-haired policeman catches them.
(d) They have to kill a guard.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the narrator describe the conditions at Beaune-la-Rolande?
2. What is Bertrand's reaction when Julia tells him about her pregnancy?
3. What was Vélodrome d' Hiver before it was a holding site for Jews?
4. Who do the girl and her mother see in the street?
5. What happened then the girl and her family arrived at Beaune-la-Rolande?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Julia Jaramond's relationship with her husband.
2. Describe the girl and her parents' departure for Beaune-la-Rolande.
3. How does Julia's pregnancy affect her feelings about Sarah's history?
4. What does Julia learn from Sarah's wedding announcement?
5. When and where does "Sarah's Key" take place?
6. What do we find out happened when Julia started bleeding?
7. Describe Sarah's return to her apartment.
8. Describe Rachel's arrest at the DuFaures'.
9. How does it happen that two members of the family do not go with the police?
10. Describe the party Julia throws from her living room sofa.
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