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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where has Oceola moved at the beginning of Chapter 4?
(d) The Village.
2. How does Mrs. Ellsworth feel about the time she spends with Oceola?
3. What do artists that Oceola meets abroad think could change the world?
4. What did Mrs. Ellsworth decide to make her business in regards to Oceola?
(a) To learn about Negro life.
(b) To stalk Oceola.
(c) To learn how to play piano.
(d) To control Oceola's every move.
5. What does Mrs. Ellsworth think of Oceola's marriage?
(a) She thinks Pete will be abusive.
(b) She has given up on music.
(c) She thinks it's a great thing.
(d) She thinks Oceola should marry someone else.
6. What is Oceola's apartment like?
(a) Small and cluttered.
(c) Spacious and organized.
(d) Extravagantly decorated.
7. Where does Mrs. Ellsworth go at the end of Chapter 3?
(d) Bar Harbor.
8. What does Mrs. Ellsworth think of jazz?
(a) It is inappropriate.
(b) It is inspring.
(c) It is beautiful.
(d) It is meaningful.
9. Where does Mrs. Ellsworth want Oceola to move?
(d) The Village.
10. Where does Oceola find an appreciation for her type of music?
(a) The Berkshires.
(c) The Village.
11. Where does Oceola want to be married?
12. How does Mrs. Ellsworth treat Oceola after the engagement announcement?
13. What is Mrs. Ellsworth's immediate determination for Oceola?
(a) To get her into a new apartment in Harlem.
(b) To get her to charge rent.
(c) To get her out of Harlem.
(d) To release her from the artist/patron relationship.
14. What does Oceola spend her days doing while under Mrs. Ellsworth's care in Chapter 4?
(a) Working in a restaurant.
(b) Playing piano in Harlem all day long.
(c) Working as a seamstress.
(d) Practicing the piano, playing concerts, and reading about her art.
15. What best describes the part that art played in Oceola's life?
(a) Her whole life.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Mrs. Ellsworth's excuse for offering this service to Oceola?
2. Where does Mrs. Ellsworth visit Oceola when Oceola is away from New York?
3. Why does Oceola send this item to Pete towards the end of Chapter 4?
4. What could people no longer afford after a worldwide event that occurs during Chapter 4 while Oceola is abroad?
5. What does Mrs. Ellsworth believe is more powerful than romantic love?
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