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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 Mrs. Compson approach Drusilla when she returns home?
(a) She was asked to intervene.
(b) She wants to tell her the gossip.
(c) She wants to make sure she's not injured.
(d) She wants to hear her stories.
2. Ringo believes: "The war ain't over. It just _____ good.
3. What occupies Drusilla's time when she returns home from the war?
(a) Rebuilding Sartoris' house.
(b) Cleaning up the town.
(c) Making plans to overthrow the Union.
(d) Needlepoint and laundry.
4. Why can't Buck continue on with the boys?
(a) His wound is too infected.
(b) He has to take Ab back to town.
(c) He's banned from the next town.
(d) He is too old and tired.
5. In the scheme, Bayard and Granny are responsible for what?
(a) Taking care of the mules.
(b) Presenting the letter to the troops.
(c) Writing the letters.
(d) Counting the money.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Ab tell Granny he admires about her?
2. Why was Louisa letdown by election day?
3. When Granny leaves, Bayard ______ himself for letting Granny go to see Grumby alone.
4. How is Ab when Bayard, Ringo and Buck find him?
5. What do Bayard and Ringo request from Uncle Buck after Granny's funeral?
Short Essay Questions
1. Has the war changed Sartoris? How?
2. Is Aunt Louisa's confrontation of Drusilla's masculinity humorous banter? Why or why not?
3. Who is the most effective weapon against the Union army? How so?
4. Who are the victors in "Skirmish at Sartoris"?
5. How does Bayard feel about killing Grumby? Why?
6. Why doesn't Bayard kill Ab?
7. How do Bayard and Grumby approach killing differently?
8. Why do Bayard and Ringo hold Ab responsible for Granny's death?
9. Do the old social rules of women and men in the south still apply in "The Unvanquished"? Why or why not?
10. After the war, is there peace in the south?
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