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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 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.
2. Where does the war take Jims and Patsy?
(b) New Zealand.
(c) New Guinea.
3. What is Bob like?
(a) Familiar with the young ladies in the area.
(b) Shy and preoccupied with Drogheda.
(c) Pushy and aggressive.
(d) Outgoing and friendly.
4. What decision does Meggie make during her getaway?
(a) To leave Luke.
(b) To bury the past and forget Father Ralph.
(c) To tell Fiona about her marriage.
(d) To leave the Muellers.
5. Where does Meggie go for a getaway after her daughter's birth?
(c) To see Fiona's family.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Cardinal Contini-Verchese find out?
2. What does Luke find for Meggie when they get to Queensland?
3. Who are Meggie's new employers in Queensland?
4. What does Luke convince Meggie to do?
5. What occupation does Dane want to pursue?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why doesn't Meggie attend Dane's ordination?
2. What are Meggie's thoughts regarding the first few days/weeks of her marriage?
3. What are three major decisions that Luke makes, without consulting Meggie, in the first part of their marriage?
4. What does Father Ralph do when he is back in Rome?
5. What is the land like after the fire?
6. Why do Luke and Meggie honeymoon and then move to Queensland after they are married?
7. How do Meggie and Luke feel about her pregnancy?
8. What major decision does Meggie make regarding her marriage and her future?
9. If the war intensifies, what members of the Cleary family are selected to enlist and why?
10. What previously introduced character reappears in Chapter 17, and what is this character's story?
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