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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 John make for a living?
(a) Wrapping paper designs.
(b) Strange shaped bottles for soft drinks.
(c) Chairs shaped like ordinary objects.
(d) Resin body parts for movies.
2. What do Elaine's friends tell her about their bullying?
(a) That they are smarter and can outwit her.
(b) That they are trying to help her improve herself.
(c) That they are preparing her for the real world.
(d) That they are bigger and stronger and she must obey.
3. How does Elaine feel about the boys?
(a) As if they are out to get her.
(b) As if she wants to hide from them.
(c) As if they are always watching her.
(d) As if they are on her side.
4. What job does Elaine's father get in Toronto?
(b) University professor.
(c) Political advisor.
5. What relationship does Stephen have to the narrator?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Cordelia do with Elaine's hat?
2. What are the girls playing when they put Elaine into the hole?
3. Does the narrator think she'd recognize Cordelia today?
4. What does Cordelia do after Elaine is sick from being in the cold water?
5. Who offered Elaine a place to stay in Toronto?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the narrator seem to feel about Cordelia during the first chapter of the novel?
2. How does Cordelia act when Elaine's father comes to check on the girls watching the parade?
3. How does Elaine think of killing herself?
4. Describe how Elaine and Cordelia are different in biology class.
5. How does Elaine describe her marriage to Jon?
6. How does Elaine feel when she sees her old school doesn't exist anymore?
7. What does Carol look like?
8. What does Carol tell all the other children about Elaine?
9. How does Elaine feel about Carol, Cordelia, and Grace when she sees them everyday after she starts sixth grade?
10. What was Elaine's reaction to statues of the Virgin Mary she saw in churches?
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