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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. Where does Elaine's family go for vacation?
(a) To the woods.
(b) To the seashore.
(c) To the city.
(d) To the lake.
2. What does Elaine notice about the boys and girls at Tortonto's shopping centers?
(a) They're trying to look grown up.
(b) They're trying to look like children.
(c) They look like each other.
(d) They look shabby and poor.
3. What is one of Elaine's favorite childhood games?
4. How does Elaine feel about girlish things like braids and purses?
(a) She begins to want them.
(b) She hates them.
(c) She thinks they're childish.
(d) She thinks they're ugly.
5. What did Elaine think of Jon's dirty mattress when they were first dating?
(a) She was afraid of it.
(b) She was repulsed by it.
(c) She hated it.
(d) She liked it.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jon's note to Elaine under the mat say?
2. Does the narrator think she'd recognize Cordelia today?
3. In the present time, where does the narrator look as she walks down the street?
4. What does Elaine keep in her pocket for protection?
5. Where does Mrs. Smeath ask Elaine to go with her family?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Elaine feel when she attributes her feelings to Cordelia, instead of to herself?
2. How does Cordelia act when Elaine's father comes to check on the girls watching the parade?
3. How does Elaine feel when she first meets Cordelia?
4. How does Elaine react whenever someone asks her for money?
5. How and why do Elaine's feelings for Mrs. Smeath change?
6. What does the narrator think happens to things that are past?
7. Why do Jon and Elaine get married?
8. How does Elaine feel about playing with the other girls?
9. How does Elaine think of killing herself?
10. What is the condition of the city where the narrator used to get off the streetcar, compared to how the narrator remembers it?
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