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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do Janie and Reeve do while stopped at the gas station?
(a) Stop to grab a bite to eat.
(b) Look up the Spring's phone number.
(c) Look up the Spring's address.
(d) Fill the gas tank.
2. In chapter 13, Janie's grandmother is afraid to leave the house to _____________, because she is unsure if Janie leaves.
3. Where do Janie and Reeve stop to spend an intimate night together?
(a) A motel.
(b) A friend's home.
(c) A fancy hotel.
(d) They pull off to the side of the road.
4. What is it that disappears from Janie's mind in chapter 10?
5. Which character acts as a mediator between the Johnsons and Janie?
(a) Jennie Spring.
6. Who has Reeve confided in regarding Janie's situation?
7. What color hair do the boy(s) have?
8. At the end of the novel, Janie realizes that she places __________ before Reeve.
(a) Her friends.
(c) New Jersey.
9. The Johnson family unit is _______________ by the end of the novel.
10. Janie's struggle between ________________ and adulthood is a theme throughout the novel.
(a) Sexual purity.
11. How old is Reeve at the beginning of the novel?
12. Janie's family is from a ____________ area.
13. Where does Janie hide the milk carton toward the end of the novel?
(a) Her notebook.
(b) With Reeve.
(c) Under her pillow.
(d) Under her mattress.
14. Who offers Janie a ride to school in chapter 10?
15. Janie does not ________ her parents regarding what they tell her about the past.
Short Answer Questions
1. In which chapter does the theme of fantasy versus reality climax?
2. In which class does Janie finally rip the pages out of her notebook, out of frustration?
3. Which word best describes how Janie is feelings, after hearing the truth of her past, in chapter 10?
4. What does Sarah-Charlotte ask Janie about in chapter 16, that upsets Janie?
5. Janie finally comes clean about the situation. Which word best describes how the Johnsons are feeling?
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