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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 is Justine torn between?
(a) Her acting career and her love affair with Rainer.
(b) The memory of her brother or carrying on with her career.
(c) Telling Meggie about Rainer or keeping it a secret.
(d) Returning home to Drogheda or staying where she is.
2. What is Luke's reaction to meeting up with Meggie for a vacation?
(a) He tells Meggie that she doesn't need a vacation.
(b) He instead decides to join Arne for a vacation in Sydney.
(c) He says he will join her.
(d) He invites the Muellers to join them at Matlock.
3. Whom does Justine meet in Rome?
4. How is baby Dane different from his sister?
(a) His personality is bright and sunny.
(b) He is full of mischief.
(c) He is ignored by the household.
(d) He cries constantly.
5. What traveling job does Luke take for six days a week?
(a) Sheep shearer.
(c) Traveling school teacher.
(d) Sugar cane cutter.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Archbishop de Bricassart disagree with the Pope?
2. Why does Meggie not file for divorce from Luke?
3. How does Meggie feel about Dane's career choice?
4. Why is Meggie initially attracted to Luke?
5. Where do Luke and Meggie honeymoon?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are three major decisions that Luke makes, without consulting Meggie, in the first part of their marriage?
2. Who comes to visit Meggie while she is on vacation at Matlock?
3. What are the Cleary brothers like?
4. How do Meggie and Luke feel about her pregnancy?
5. What is the land like after the fire?
6. In the life of the Cleary family, what two major events take place on September 2, 1945?
7. What does Meggie think of Luke when she is getting to know him?
8. What happens to Dane after his ordination?
9. What are some things that Meggie realizes about Luke?
10. What are Meggie's thoughts regarding the first few days/weeks of her marriage?
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