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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do the women of Herland have to do to honor their Mother Goddess?
(a) Behave a certain way.
(c) Follow the directions of the religious texts.
(d) Make sacrifices.
2. How does Terry act towards the girls in the group that forms around him?
3. How old was Ellador when she caught a butterfly?
(a) Six years old.
(b) Eight years old.
(c) Ten years old.
(d) Eleven years old.
4. What are the lives of Herland girls equated to?
(a) A fairy tale.
(b) A little girl's dream.
(c) An enchanting game.
(d) A school holiday.
5. What do the women agree to in order to please the men in Chapter 10?
(a) A voyage out of Herland.
(b) A marriage ceremony.
(c) To open a passage through the cliffs.
(d) Honeymoon trips.
6. What are Over Mothers?
(a) Women who supervise the community's children.
(b) Women who educate young women about motherhood.
(c) Women who are over seventy years old.
(d) Women allowed to have more than one child.
7. Where does Ellador go for comfort when she is upset in Chapter 10?
(a) The nearest temple.
(b) To her mother-teacher's house.
(c) To her room to be alone.
(d) To see Alima.
8. To the women of Herland, what is life about?
(d) Leaving a legacy.
9. What does Vandyke explain the men and the women have different ideas about in Chapter 11?
(a) What partnership meant.
(b) What love meant.
(c) What loyalty meant.
(d) What trust meant.
10. In Chapter 7, what do the men learn the women in Herland do not have?
(a) Birth certificates.
11. Who does Moadine say the men would have to face if they ever hurt any of the women?
(a) A million mothers.
(b) A panel of elder judges.
(c) A life in prison.
(d) A violent end.
12. What does Moadine assume about poor women?
(a) That they are happy.
(b) That they are unmarried.
(c) That they do not have children.
(d) That they are lazy.
13. What is Terry's view of sexuality?
(a) An expression of love.
(b) An expression of hatred.
(c) An expression of health.
(d) An expression of dominance.
14. Who are children raised by after the age of one or two?
(a) By the community.
(b) By their grandmothers.
(c) By trained child nurses.
(d) By a wise woman in a temple.
15. Why are food-bearing trees considered better than field crops?
(a) Trees also provide shelter.
(b) Trees take up less space.
(c) Trees attract birds.
(d) Trees produce food year round.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is exceptionally rare in Herland?
2. Which word is NOT included in the list of terms the Herland woman have no cultural understanding of?
3. In Herland, what is one of the marks of coming of age for a woman?
4. Who expresses thankfulness at the end of Chapter 10?
5. How does Jeff regard the girl who is assigned to court him?
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