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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 Haris and Enes make a grave out of?
2. Who was seriously ill and hospitalized in March of 1993?
3. What letter is overused in the Bosnian language dictionary?
4. Who was married on August 26, 1993?
5. Where did Filipovic leave her sled?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Nedo's goodbye according to Filipovic.
2. What were the "kids" doing at a meeting on August 21, 1993?
3. What did Filipovic think about the "conditional acceptance of the Geneva agreement"?
4. What was Filipovic's life like on June 22, 1993?
5. What did Filipovic do at her first music lesson since March on December 28, 1992?
6. What two pieces of bad news did Filipovic reveal on June 26, 1993?
7. Describe the shelling that took place on May 31, 1993.
8. Describe the changes that took place as Filipovic started seventh grade.
9. With the ringing in of the New Year, explain what the people of Sarajevo wanted in 1993?
10. What was constant in the minds of Mikica and Daco in December of 1992?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Filipovic was re-reading letters that she received from friends that left Sarajevo. Filipovic wrote that she wanted her life back not just letters.
Part 1) How do each of the letters Filipovic received discuss the past?
Part 2) What effect do the letters have on Filipovic's morale? Explain.
Part 3) What do the letters reveal about Filipovic's relationship with each of those that sent letters?
Essay Topic 2
Several governmental and non governmental organizations deployed to Sarajevo and surrounding areas to assist in the humanitarian effort.
Part 1) Describe the role of UNICEF in Sarajevo.
Part 2) What was the role of UNPROFOR? How were their efforts often slowed down?
Essay Topic 3
Filipovic lived a typical childhood until the shells began to fall and the gunfire started. Compare Filipovic's pre-war life with her post-war life discussed in the entry dated December 1993.
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