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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. In what year is Chapter 14 set?
2. What do Isabelle's falsified papers claim her name to be in Chapter 19?
(a) Micheline Babineau.
(b) Juliette Gervaise.
(c) Marie Rossignol.
(d) Edith Cavell.
3. At what time does Isabelle leave to make her deliveries in Chapter 10?
(a) 6 a.m.
(b) 3 a.m.
(c) 2 a.m.
(d) 4 a.m.
4. How does Isabelle suggest the resistance members signal to contact her in Chapter 10?
(a) By sending her messages hidden in bread.
(b) By sending radio signals.
(c) By lighting a particular streetlamp.
(d) By opening the curtains of an empty apartment.
5. What do Beck and the German soldiers do when they come to Vianne's home in Chapter 13?
(a) They tear down a wall.
(b) They shoot Rachel.
(c) They abduct Sophie.
(d) They abduct Ari.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is the unnamed elderly woman moving in Chapter 1?
2. Why is Isabelle unable to reach her destination in Chapter 9?
3. Whom does Beck compare Isabelle to in Chapter 9?
4. What "gift" does Beck give to Sophie in Chapter 12?
5. What does Gaetan's note for Isabelle say in Chapter 7?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Vianne describe her relatiosnhip with Antoine in Chapter 2?
2. What lies does Isabelle relate in Chapter 15? Why?
3. Who is Madame Babineau? What does her character represent in the novel?
4. How does the author develop Isabelle's plotline in Chapter 15?
5. What mission does Henri enlist Isabelle to in Chapter 10?
6. How would you describe the narrative style of Chapter 1? From whose perspective is this chapter related?
7. How is the title of The Nightingale addressed by Gaetan in Chapter 6?
8. What is revealed about Isabelle's character through her first conversation with Anouk?
9. What is foreshadowed by Vianne's conversation with Mother Superior in Chapter 12?
10. Whom does Isabelle idolize? What does this character represent to Isabelle?
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