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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 does the narrator of 'White Night' compare the coming morning to?
(a) A glass shattering.
(b) A hurricane.
(c) A chaotic ending.
(d) An open shutter.
2. What was the narrator of 'Bluefish' doing when she saw the Bluefish?
3. What swarms around the animal in 'Happiness'?
4. What does the narrator of 'The Honey Tree' compare herself to as she climb's the honey tree?
(a) A snake.
(b) A bee.
(c) A bear.
(d) All of these.
5. What begins the day in 'Morning at Great Pond'?
(a) Memories of dreams.
(b) Forks of light.
(c) The squeak of a door.
(d) Screeches of birds.
Short Answer Questions
1. What becomes nameless in the 'Blackwater Woods'?
2. In 'Humpbacks', what do the people do when the humpbacks appear?
3. In 'Fish', what does the fish refuse to do?
4. What floats away on the ponds in the 'Blackwater Woods'?
5. What does the narrator of 'The Honey Tree' love as she climbs the honey tree?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the prayer whispered in 'The Garden', and who is it meant for?
2. What sad event happens in the second part of 'Something'?
3. What does the narrator of 'The Roses' compare the blooming of the roses to?
4. What does the narrator in 'Something' learn the worth of after her lover dies?
5. How does the narrator of 'Crossing the Swamp' feel when she gets covered in the mud from the swamp?
6. What does the narrator of 'Morning at Great Pond' say the coming morning renews in her at the Great Pond?
7. What does the narrator of 'The Plum Trees' say a man must not succumb to?
8. What do the lovers in 'Something' do?
9. How does the narrator of 'The Plum Trees' say happiness must be tempted?
10. How does the narrator say a person would know Tecumseh if they saw him?
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