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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. Why is Benny nervous at the dance?
(a) the boys are all looking at her prow
(b) she fears her parents are coming
(c) she feels big and ugly
(d) she hasn't been asked to dance
2. What is the argument about between Nan and her father Brian?
(a) her spending too much money
(b) her studying upstairs in her room
(c) her use of too much makeup
(d) her going out with so many boys
3. Who does Eve get to help her with her chores at Mrs. Hegarty's boardinghouse?
(a) some of her classmates
(b) a boy who lives next door
(c) three male roomers
(d) Patsy's cousin
4. At the party, why does Benny hide in the cloak room?
(a) she doesn't want to stand next to Nan
(b) she is embarrassed because of her cleavage
(c) she thinks she is too big and ugly
(d) she thinks she saw her family's car outside
5. Who calls for permission to come visit Mother Francis?
(a) Simon Westward
(b) Peggy Pine
(c) Kit Hegarty
(d) Annabel Hogan
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Eve point out to Benny on a nature walk?
2. Why does Benny not attend the funeral for Jack?
3. What does Nan wrangle out of her father, Brian?
4. What is it about Eve that makes Benny jealous?
5. What is Brian's main problem?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when Nan goes home after leaving the hospital?
2. What happens that makes Benny feel like a little traitor?
3. How is Eve's character established early on in the novel?
4. How does Eve accept Benny's explanation for why she cannot stay overnight with Eve?
5. How does Nan react when Eve tells her all about Westward?
6. What is Nan's activity at the dance?
7. Explain why Brian wants Nan to study downstairs with her brothers.
8. What is the tragedy at the end of Chapter 3?
9. Why does Benny tell Jack she is Cinderella?
10. What is significant about Jack's breaking off with Shirley?
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