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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. How many tons of fuel does D-503 suggest be taken on board the Integral?
2. What is visible from aboard the Integral as it hangs in the sky?
3. What are people talking about instead of the strife in the One State?
4. How does D-503 learn that the Operation has become mandatory?
5. What does each number receive in preparation for the Day of Unanimity?
Short Essay Questions
1. The day after the ceremony on the Day of Unanimity, what do the papers report?
2. Why does work stop one day shortly after the Unanimity celebration?
3. What happens when D-503 attempts to start the mutiny on the Integral?
4. What is the Day of Unanimity?
5. What new operation does D-503 learn about in the newspaper?
6. What is the consequence for refusing the Operation?
7. According to the narrator, what is the only right a citizen has in the One State?
8. What happens during the first firing of the Integral's engines?
9. As a child, why does D-503 get upset on the Day of Unanimity?
10. Who are the people advertised as "the first?"
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
How are the characters in "We" stereotypes of certain professions or literary archetypes? Do any characters break through stereotypes? Analyze 2-3 characters.
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
Identify the plot-related elements of fiction in the story. When does the climax occur? The denouement? What events can be considered major events or turning points? What do these elements mean for the rest of the story/characters?
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