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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. From the list below, select the set of character traits Tom Sawyer is shown to have, as shown in Chapter 34.
(a) Practical, slippery, easily led, sly, romantic.
(b) Untrustworthy, attractive, serious, risk-taking, brave.
(c) Innovative, easily led, amoral, gullible.
(d) Imaginative, brave, true to his word, innovative, romantic.
2. Why will Huck be the first to go into Indian territory?
(a) Because he wants to escape Aunt Sally's plans to adopt and civilize him.
(b) He is the best tracker and woodsman.
(c) He wants to make friends with Indians.
(d) He wants to escape from Tom's silly schemes.
3. Where does Huck hide the raft in Chapter 31?
(a) At a woody island in the river.
(b) On the other side of the river.
(c) Under the sawmill's landing-stage.
(d) On Jackson's Island.
4. Which characters are dreadfully blue and desperate in Chapter 31?
(a) Jim and the Duke.
(b) The King and Huck.
(c) Huck and Mary Jane.
(d) The King and the Duke.
5. How many mottoes does Tom devise for Jim's coat-of-arms?
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is Aunt Sally cross in Chapter 37?
2. What falls out of Uncle Silas's hat?
3. Who does Tom say almost spoiled their adventure?
4. What is Aunt Sally doing when Huck again escapes down the lightning rod?
5. How does Tom arrive back at the Phelps farm in Chapter 42?
Short Essay Questions
1. What steps in Huck's journey to maturity are dealt with Chapter 31?
2. Comment on Tom's proposed plans to recompense and appease Jim, who has suffered the most from Tom's absurd endeavors.
3. In what way is Huck's and Tom's relationship changing by Chapter 36?
4. How does Aunt Sally respond to Huck's information about the way the boys entered and exited via the lightning rod?
5. How does Tom overreach himself in his elaborate construction of fantasy in Chapter 39?
6. What techniques does Twain employ Chapter 35 to create humor?
7. Comment upon the serious layer of meaning in the escapade to free Jim.
8. By what means does Twain resolve the complicated story that is The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn?
9. In what interesting way does the arrival of Tom Sawyer in Chapter 33 develop the narrative?
10. When responding Chapter 42, what conclusion is it possible to make concerning a romantic view of the world?
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