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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. Cpl. Marchal has what relationship to the narrator?
(a) He is an old friend of the narrator's.
(b) He saved the narrator's life.
(c) He serves under the narrator.
(d) He is the narrator's commanding officer.
2. Lamuse is described with what seemingly contradictory label?
(a) The foolish intellectual.
(b) The heroic loafer.
(c) The quiet comedian.
(d) The bloodthirsty coward.
3. What is Labri?
(a) A cat.
(b) A thieving racoon.
(c) A sheep dog.
(d) A goat.
4. According to the media, what is the state of the war?
(a) The war is being lost.
(b) A swift victory is expected.
(c) Slow progress is made.
(d) A victory is impossible.
5. What is Gauchin-l'Abbé?
(a) A village.
(b) A university.
(c) A monastery.
(d) A church.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Cocon, how many divisions comprise a corps?
2. Tirette is best described as which of the following?
3. In their deployment after Gauchin-l'Abbé, what is unusual about all the buildings and equipment?
4. How do Volpatte and Fouillade capture the two German soldiers?
5. The characters introduced in Chapter 2 are part of what type of squad?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Volpatte and Fouillade get lost?
2. What is the general psychological state of the men of Cpl. Bertrand's squad?
3. What is Volpatte's opinion of the phrase, "If we do return"?
4. What is the state of the area around the railway station where the squad waits in Chapter 7?
5. What do the men of the squad think about the shirkers?
6. What do the soldiers believe about fraternity, liberty, and equality?
7. What are some of the predictions made by the invalids?
8. What are the preparations for the offensive on the French side?
9. What is meant by the phrase that each poilu "carries his crowd along"?
10. What does the German in the refuge say and wonder about God?
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