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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What group does Hannah join, as stated in chapter nine?
2. In chapter two, Janie has a flashback. In the flashback Janie is ___________________, eating ice cream.
3. What is Janie allergic to?
4. Who's penknife does Janie borrow to cut out the picture on the milk carton?
5. In which chapter does Janie eventually confront her parents about all that she uncovers?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the flashback that Janie has in chapter eight, after dinner with her parents.
2. What happens in Janie's 'daymare' in chapter four?
3. Explain the focus of Janie's mind during chapter two.
4. Who is Lizzy? Explain in some detail.
5. What does Janie bring up in chapter eight, when she finally decides to confront her parents?
6. Does Janie want the evidence against her parents to be true? Explain.
7. What leads Janie to start looking in the attic in chapter seven?
8. Explain what the tarnished white dress symbolizes.
9. Why is Janie at cake decorating class? And what happens while she is there?
10. How does Reeve's and Janie's relationship grow in chapter two?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What might the blossoming of Reeve and Janie's relationship represent throughout the novel? Is their relationship ever resolved?
Essay Topic 2
Although Hannah is not physically present throughout the novel, she plays an important role. How does Hannah act as a driving force in the novel's action? What is the significance in Hannah's character in regards to Janie's identity?
Essay Topic 3
The images of ice cream and milk are recurring motifs throughout the novel. What is particularly interesting about the fact that Janie continuously has flashbacks of herself eating ice cream, or that she sees the picture of missing girl on a carton of milk? Explain using in-text citations to support your claims.
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