Part 1: Summer
1. Of whom is the poem Maypole Point about?
(c) Aunt Hespa.
2. Why has the author begun her book with the poem Maypole Point?
(a) To build tension in the story.
(b) To preface the story.
(c) To show off her poetic side.
(d) To foreshadow the death of Marguerite.
3. What is the point of view of the novel?
(a) Third person limited.
(b) First person.
(c) Third person omniscient.
(d) Second person.
4. Who is the main character of Calico Bush?
(a) Aunt Hespa.
(b) Marguerite Ledoux.
(c) Dolly Sargent.
(d) Caleb Sargent.
5. In what year does the novel begin?
6. What is Marguerite untangling as the novel begins?
7. What animal does Marguerite think Dolly resembles in her homespun dress and scoop bonnet?
(a) A sheep.
(b) A cow.
(c) A pig.
(d) A hen.
8. What does Marguerite quickly learn a bound-out girl is not expected to hold?
(b) Opinions of their own.
(d) The children.
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