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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does D-503 consider the only right of any citizen of the One State?
2. Who does D-503 have to evade in helping protect someone from the Operation?
3. How long do the lectures of the One State last?
4. What does D-503 do to R-13 when he sees him carrying an injured I-330?
5. When a woman breaks the ranks of the walk to rush toward a prisoner being escorted through the crown, who does D-503 mistake the woman for?
Short Essay Questions
1. As a child, why does D-503 get upset on the Day of Unanimity?
2. What does D-503 see in the streets the day after the Unanimity ceremony?
3. What happens when D-503 attempts to start the mutiny on the Integral?
4. Why does work stop one day shortly after the Unanimity celebration?
5. According to the narrator, what is the only right a citizen has in the One State?
6. Who are the people advertised as "the first?"
7. Who does D-503 see together at the ceremony that causes him to feel jealous?
8. What is the consequence for refusing the Operation?
9. What does U- do that causes D-503 to resent her?
10. What happens during the walk that D-503 relates to the time a meteorite fell into the marching rows of people?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss plot vs. narrative in the novel. How do we learn more about the themes, symbols, etc. of the story? Through action? From the narrator's assessment of action?
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the primary differences between "We" and "They" in the story? Which is stronger within the story? Answer the narrator's question "Who are they?"
Essay Topic 3
How does the format in which "We" is written enhance the story? Do we learn more about the events and/or characters through the journal format? How?
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