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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 Bethia believe she feels for Caleb?
(a) Like a student.
(b) Like a wife.
(c) Like a mentor.
(d) Like a brother.
2. What is never mentioned in commencement?
(a) Bethia's hard work.
(b) Joel's name or anything about him.
(d) Sammuel's tutoring.
3. What is one thing Bethia has to endure?
(a) Chapped hands.
(b) Early hours.
(c) Bed lice.
(d) Arrogant students.
4. Why does Bethia go back to the island?
(a) To get Anne.
(b) To ask Tequamuck's help.
(c) To get the rest of her books.
(d) To see her brother's new child.
5. What does Bethia realize about Caleb as they are riding back to the white settlement?
(a) He should have a native Indian wife.
(b) He has moved beyond her.
(c) She thinks of him as more than a brother.
(d) He will never truly adopt the white man's ways.
Short Answer Questions
1. What are the repercussions to Anne's miscarriage?
2. What does Samuel urge Bethia to do?
3. What happens in the early part of Bethia's one year at Harvard College?
4. How do Bethia's writings seem to her now?
5. Whom does Anne marry?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Bethia do in order to help Caleb when he is dying?
2. What does Mayfield's will say about further schooling for Joel, Caleb and Makepeace and how does that affect Bethia?
3. What happens to Joel on his way to the mainland?
4. What are a couple things Bethia does during her first days at the school?
5. What does Samuel confess to Bethia?
6. How has Makepeace arranged to buy Bethia out of her indenture?
7. Why do Caleb, Joel and Bethia believe they need to get Ann to the island?
8. How does Bethia help Caleb die with peace and dignity?
9. Describe the argument Bethia and Makepeace become embroiled in one day at the memorial for their father.
10. What is the time frame when Chapter 1 of this section opens and why is Bethia writing again?
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