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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 promise does the girl make to her brother?
(a) To take care of him.
(b) To come back that evening.
(c) Never to forget him.
(d) To be back as soon as possible.
2. What does the mother tell the girl?
(a) To get her coat and get ready to go.
(b) To run.
(c) To pack her things.
(d) To get her brother and pack some things for him.
3. What does the girl do when her father tells her what is happening?
(a) Becomes hysterical.
(c) Passes out.
(d) Runs away.
4. Where do the girl and Rachel go from Beaune-la-Rolande?
(a) The city.
(b) A farmhouse.
(c) A swamp.
(d) The woods.
5. What does Julia know instinctively about Mame Tézac's apartment?
(a) It was where her aunt had locked away her brother.
(b) It had belonged to Jews.
(c) It was going to be very expensive to restore.
(d) It was haunted.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do the people do when the orders come?
2. What do the police take from the women at Beaune-la-Rolande?
3. How does the narrator describe how people felt about the girl's family?
4. When is "Sarah's Key" set?
5. What condition does the narrator say the people are in?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the opening scene of "Sarah's Key".
2. What does the girl do when the girls are separated from their mothers?
3. What does Mame Tézac have to do with the events of the Vel d'Hiv' roundup?
4. How does the narrator characterize Julia and Zoe?
5. What lead does Julia get for gathering more information about Vel d'Hiv' during her trip there?
6. What is the larger context for the story, and how does the story clue us in to that larger context?
7. When and where does "Sarah's Key" take place?
8. How does the narrator describe the site of Vel d'Hiv'?
9. What do the girl and her mother take with them when they leave their home?
10. What does pregnancy mean for Julia?
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