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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. Why does Granny pray after the soldiers leave?
(a) To ask for forgiveness for the boys shooting.
(b) To ask for the safe return of her son.
(c) To ask for forgiveness for lying.
(d) To ask that they don't come back looking.
2. How many regiments has Colonel Sartoris made?
3. Why does Sartoris see himself as a victim to the Union?
(a) He can't protect his family.
(b) They took his silver.
(c) They bribe him to join them.
(d) They are winning the war.
4. Before bed, with the silver in her room, what does Granny do for the first time ever?
(a) Turns her light off.
(b) Locks her door.
(c) Tells Bayard a story.
5. Why does Sartoris see himself as a victim to the Confederates?
(a) They take advantage of his family.
(b) He doesn't have enough resources for his regiment.
(c) They set his slaves free.
(d) He is betrayed by them.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is Granny unable to pull herself out of the river?
2. How did the Union discover the silver?
3. Why can't Sartoris stay with his mother-in-law?
4. Bayard remarks that, between he and Ringo, skin color and smarts didn't count anymore. What does count, in his eyes?
5. Which regiment was Sartoris voted out of?
Short Essay Questions
1. Does Bayard glorify his father? How and why does he regard him the way he does?
2. What are the fleeing slaves representing?
3. Why does Loosh feel justified in taking the silver?
4. Why has Drusilla become more masculine?
5. How have roles been reversed or changed in "Raid"?
6. Why do the Bayard and Ringo keep an eye on Loosh?
7. Is the war being waged violent in Mississippi in "Retreat"?
8. Why is Granny particularly paranoid about the chest of silver in "Retreat"?
9. In "Raid," which is more important to people: freedom or personal sentiment? How and why?
10. After the Union soldiers leave her house, what is Granny most concerned with?
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