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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. Which word best describes how the Johnsons are feeling, after telling Janie the truth?
2. Which animal does Janie recall having in her former life?
(b) A large dog.
(c) A rabbit.
(d) A cat.
3. In which chapter does the theme of fantasy versus reality climax?
(a) Chapter 12.
(b) Chapter 10.
(c) Chapter 11.
(d) Chapter 9.
4. Where does Janie hide the milk carton toward the end of the novel?
(a) Her notebook.
(b) Under her pillow.
(c) With Reeve.
(d) Under her mattress.
5. How many boys does Janie see outside of the home in chapter 11?
Short Answer Questions
1. What vehicle do Janie and Reeve get stopped behind in chapter 11?
2. What is the letter to the Springs missing?
3. Janie's struggle between ________________ and adulthood is a theme throughout the novel.
4. Which of the following literary devices is not used within the novel?
5. The Johnsons are ___________ when they learn that Janie runs away.
Short Essay Questions
1. Janie sees three boys outside of the Spring home. What are her thoughts on them, and what other memories do they spark in Janie's mind?
2. What might "attention" have to do with Janie's kidnapping, as supposed by Janie?
3. Why does Janie begin shredding the milk carton in chapter 16?
4. Explain what is lacking from the Johnson's explanation of the past.
5. What is Reeve's explanation of Janie's kidnapping?
6. Explain the contrast present between Janie's relationship with Reeve and Janie's relationship with her family.
7. How does the accidental mailing of Janie's letter to the Springs a type of resolution?
8. What does Reeve tell Janie in chapter 11, about his relationship with his siblings? Why is Janie unable to concentrate on what he is telling her?
9. Why does Janie wait to pursue an adult relationship with Reeve?
10. What idea does the New York Times give Janie?
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