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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. At the picnic, who is just as bad at the game as Betty and Ellen?
2. How does Harry feel about himself after his discussion with Clive?
(a) He is disgusted.
(b) He is confident.
(c) He is proud.
(d) He is surprised.
3. What does Clive spill on his pants at the picnic?
4. Who warns Clive about the stable boys?
5. Who orders Ellen and Betty to stop playing at the picnic?
(d) Mrs. Saunders.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Betty claim has been mean to her?
2. When Joshua is rude to Betty, who orders Joshua to obey Betty?
3. Why is it implied that Betty and Ellen are not good at the game they are playing at the picnic?
4. What is Clive's advice to Harry?
5. What kind of picnic does the family have?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Maud's personality.
2. Harry confesses his passion for Betty when Clive is securing the barn. What does this tell you about Harry's value for friendship?
3. Describe the relationship between Clive and Joshua.
4. When Clive returns home, Betty tells him about all the "womanly things" she has done like playing piano and reading poetry. What does Betty's actions tell the reader about the roles of women?
5. Edward made fun of the women for trying to play sports, yet he wasn't much better. Why would he have made fun of them?
6. Why may Betty be confused since her separation with Clive?
7. In the park, Edward gives Martin directions on how to take care of Tommy even though Martin is Tommy's father. What does this tell the audience about Martin's fathering skills?
8. Ellen reveals to Clive that Edward has been playing with dolls. How does Clive react to this news? Is his reaction surprising?
9. What does the park symbolize?
10. How does the game hide and seek fit appropriately with the characters sharing feelings with each other as they encounter one another?
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