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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. Where does Dr. Rivers work?
(a) The Candy Striper's Association.
(b) The veteran's hospital.
(c) The county office.
(d) The mental ward.
2. What are Billy and his soldiers waiting for in Part 2, Chapter 9?
(a) Medals of honor.
(b) The war to end.
(c) To fight.
(d) To get healthy.
3. What is the purpose behind the drawings on Moffet's leg?
(a) To scare Moffet.
(b) To show Moffet how the war works.
(c) To outline the amputation strategy.
(d) To recover feeling in the area above the drawing.
4. How do Billy and Sarah attempt to be alone?
(a) Catching the train to Paris.
(b) Running out of view.
(c) Taking a canoe down the river.
(d) Faking headaches to stay home.
5. In Part 2, Chapter 9, what do the officers argue about over dinner?
(a) Who pays for the meal.
(b) Why England is still at war.
(c) Which soldier deserves a promotion.
(d) What type of wine to order.
Short Answer Questions
1. What news does Billy receive at the beginning of Part 1, Chapter 3?
2. What does Billy try to hide from the doctor during his medical examination?
3. What does Billy think of Sarah by the end of Part 1, Chapter 5?
4. Who does Ada live with?
5. What do the officers drink together on the porch?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is it ironic that Mitchell does not ask Billy about shell shock in front of the medical board?
2. What is significant about Billy's reunion with Hallet?
3. What is the benefit of being an officer instead of a soldier?
4. Why does Billy want to fight in the war?
5. Explain Njiru's deformity and how he handles it.
6. Explain the health problem Wansbeck suffers from.
7. Explain the treatment Dr. Rivers gives to Moffet to heal his hysterical paralysis.
8. Describe Dr. Rivers's childhood.
9. Where do Billy and Dr. Rivers meet?
10. Describe Billy's feelings for Sarah.
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