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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. Finish the sentence. Janie does not wish to spend the night with Reeve because she wants it to be __________.
(a) In love.
2. What contrasts Janie and Reeve's blossoming relationship?
(a) The discovery of family.
(b) The end of her adolescence.
(c) The collapse of her family life.
(d) The reconciliation with her parents.
3. In which chapter does Reeve's and Janie's relationship take a more serious turn?
(a) Chapter nine.
(b) Chapter two.
(c) Chapter five.
(d) Chapter eleven.
4. In Janie's case, youthful innocence is directly proportional to what?
(a) Trusting the Johnsons.
(c) Sexual purity.
(d) Religious faith.
5. How does Janie believe she is related to the boy(s)?
(a) No relation.
(c) Childhood friends.
Short Answer Questions
1. In which chapter does Janie go to the police about her kidnapping?
2. How many boys does Janie see outside of the home in chapter 11?
3. Which word best describes how Janie is feelings, after hearing the truth of her past, in chapter 10?
4. After Janie confides in Reeve, he believes that she is ___________.
5. What consistently acts as a central point for bringing the family together throughout the novel?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why do Janie and Reeve decide against staying in the motel together/
2. Does Janie believe that the Johnson's kidnap her, even after hearing the truth about the past? Explain.
3. Describe the argument between Janie and Reeve in chapter 16.
4. What suggests that Janie wants to, and plans on, spending the night with Reeve in the future?
5. What does Janie use her notebook for?
6. How does the accidental mailing of Janie's letter to the Springs a type of resolution?
7. Why does Janie begin shredding the milk carton in chapter 16?
8. How does the novel end? Explain.
9. Why do the Johnson's take Janie out for pizza? What are they attempting to do?
10. Explain the contrast present between Janie's relationship with Reeve and Janie's relationship with her family.
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