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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 Labri?
(a) A goat.
(b) A sheep dog.
(c) A thieving racoon.
(d) A cat.
2. What do the men concede with regards to the "shirkers"?
(a) It is a smart thing to do.
(b) They are necessary.
(c) Shirking is human nature.
(d) They are unavoidable.
3. What does Eudoxie do when Lamuse announces his feelings to her?
(a) She is speechless.
(b) She rejects him.
(c) She falls in love with him.
(d) She is frightened, but accepting.
4. In Chapter 3, how long do the soldiers have before they get sent back to the front?
(a) Five days.
(b) Six weeks.
(c) Three months.
(d) One day.
5. What is Volpatte's condition when he is found?
(a) He is dead.
(b) He is violently ill.
(c) He is insane.
(d) He is wrapped in bloody bandages.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which soldier besides Lamuse believes the Eudoxie is infatuated with him?
2. Cpl. Bertrand is described as being which of the following?
3. Why can Eudore's five friends not make it to their real destination?
4. When Chapter 2 opens, how long has the war been going on?
5. How is Farfadet "saved"?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Volpatte's opinion of the phrase, "If we do return"?
2. What does the narrator overhear the Legionnaires talking about? What are they planning, and why?
3. How do Blaire and the others blunder into German lines while searching for matches?
4. What are Lamuse and the narrator's opinions about aircraft?
5. How does Paradis's mood change throughout Chapter 16?
6. Briefly summarize Cocon's description of the organization of the forces present near the railway station.
7. Where do the men go when the bombardment gets worse? What happens when they get there?
8. How do the men first meet Eudoxie, and what is Lamuse doing when they do?
9. How does Volpatte regard his wound? How do the other men regard it?
10. Describe the conditions in which the squad digs the trench in Chapter 23.
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