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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does Mrs. Ellsworth think of Oceola's marriage?
(a) She thinks Pete will be abusive.
(b) She thinks it's a great thing.
(c) She has given up on music.
(d) She thinks Oceola should marry someone else.

2. Who does the person who Mrs. Ellsworth asked to investigate Oceola's situation contact for information about Oceola?
(a) The boarder.
(b) The reverend.
(c) A maid.
(d) A former teacher.

3. What does Mrs. Ellsworth arrange for Oceola?
(a) A trip to the North.
(b) A trip to the city.
(c) A trip abroad.
(d) A trip to the South.

4. What do artists that Oceola meets abroad think could change the world?
(a) Money.
(b) Politics.
(c) Love.
(d) Art.

5. Who is Oceola engaged to?
(a) Pete.
(b) Mrs. Ellsworth's son.
(c) A man she met in Europe.
(d) Mr. Hunter.

6. What does Mrs. Ellsworth do at Oceola's home?
(a) Cooks dinner.
(b) Investigates the apartment.
(c) Makes tea.
(d) Eats dinner.

7. Who does Mrs. Ellsworth ask to inquire about Oceola's private matters?
(a) Mr. Hunter.
(b) Pete Williams.
(c) Oceola's former teachers.
(d) Oceola's mother.

8. What is Mrs. Ellsworth's second presumption that leads to her conclusion about Oceola and the boarder?
(a) Living in Harlem is bad for Oceola.
(b) Living in Harlem is good for Oceola.
(c) Living in the United States is bad for Oceola.
(d) Living in Harlem is bad for the boarder.

9. What is Mrs. Ellsworth's immediate determination for Oceola?
(a) To get her into a new apartment in Harlem.
(b) To get her out of Harlem.
(c) To release her from the artist/patron relationship.
(d) To get her to charge rent.

10. How does Mrs. Ellsworth feel about the time she spends with Oceola?
(a) Happy.
(b) Sad.
(c) Angry.
(d) Disappointed.

11. How does Mrs. Ellsworth treat Oceola after the engagement announcement?
(a) Lovingly.
(b) Abusively.
(c) Nicely.
(d) Coldly.

12. What could people no longer afford after a worldwide event that occurs during Chapter 4 while Oceola is abroad?
(a) Clothes.
(b) Concerts.
(c) School.
(d) Food.

13. Who does Oceola write to about her engagement news?
(a) Her mother.
(b) Mr. Hunter.
(c) Mrs. Ellsworth.
(d) Her friend.

14. What best describes the way art didn't play a role in Oceola's life?
(a) Separate.
(b) Art as a complement to her life.
(c) Only one part of her life.
(d) Intricate.

15. How does Oceola feel about being engaged?
(a) Scared.
(b) Compromising.
(c) Ecstatic.
(d) Unhappy.

Short Answer Questions

1. What are Mrs. Ellsworth's conclusions about Oceola and her boarder based on?

2. What does Mrs. Ellsworth believe is more powerful than romantic love?

3. How long is Oceola gone?

4. How long will Mrs. Ellsworth be gone?

5. What worldwide event occurs while Oceola is away that affects everyone's finances?

(see the answer keys)

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