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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is unable to attend Aunt Nancy's funeral?
(a) Mrs. Flint.
(b) Aunt Marthy.
2. Why is Linda unable to trust the captain in charge of her escape?
(a) She's been betrayed by too many other white people.
(b) He tried to rape her.
(c) She knows he is friends with Dr. Flint.
(d) He threatens to kill her.
3. Where does Linda leave Ellen when she travels to England?
(a) With a friend so she could attend school.
(b) Sent Ellen to live with her father in her hometown.
(c) She took Ellen with her.
(d) Left Ellen with The Hobbs'.
4. What is Ellen's response to Linda's confession before Ellen returns to New York for boarding school?
(a) Ellen didn't care what her mother had to say.
(b) Ellen ran out of the house and never saw her mother again.
(c) Ellen already knew the truth about her father.
(d) Ellen denied the claims her mother made.
5. What two things does Linda immediately notice about Ellen?
(a) She noticed that Ellen did love her anymore and that she wanted to live with her father.
(b) She noticed that Ellen's care and education have been neglected.
(c) She noticed that Ellen's hair and face have been burned.
(d) She noticed that Ellen's care and education have been well-cared for.
6. Who is staying at the Hobbs' house when Linda goes to visit Ellen?
(a) Dr. Flint.
(b) Mr. Thorpe.
(c) Aunt Marthy.
7. When Linda has to go into hiding after The Fugitive Slave Law is enacted, whom does she take with her for protection?
(c) The Bruce's baby.
8. Why doesn't the character in question #105 feel any pity for Linda when told about Linda's living conditions for the past several years?
(a) William did not pity Linda because he had much harder trials in slavery then she did.
(b) Fanny did not pity Linda because Fanny was upset to never have the opporunity to see her children again.
(c) Benny did not pity Linda because he was angry at his mother for hiding from him.
(d) Ellen did not pity Linda because she was mad at Linda for not telling her where she was hiding.
9. What does the letter from Linda's legal owner state?
(a) That Linda was no longer a slave.
(b) That Benny and Ellen had been captured and sold.
(c) That she was 'cordially invited' to join them on their plantation in Virgina.
(d) That Aunt Marthy was returned to slavery.
10. After Linda's reprimands, where does she begin having her meals?
(a) In her room.
(b) In the 'Jim Crowe' cars.
(d) Linda stopped eating.
11. What circumstances prevent Ellen from going to live with Linda?
(a) Linda did not want Ellen to live with her.
(b) Ellen did not want to live with Linda.
(c) Ellen was pregnant.
(d) Linda did not have a place for Ellen to live.
12. What is the occupation of the character Linda meets soon after she arrives at her first destination in the North?
(a) A plantation owner.
(b) A senator.
(c) A minister.
(d) A student.
13. How do Linda and the appendix writer meet?
(a) They met through Aunt Marthy.
(b) They met through Ellen.
(c) They met through William.
(d) They met through Benny.
14. Who continues to go out of his way to help Linda and her companion when they reach Philadelphia?
(a) The ship's captain.
(c) A homeless man Linda meets on the street.
15. Who is finally able to purchase Linda's freedom for her?
(a) Mrs. Bruce.
(c) Aunt Marthy.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Linda run into on the street on her way to the Hobbs' residence?
2. Left alone again, who does Linda go to work for after her return from England?
3. Who does Linda meet soon after she arrives at her first destination in the North?
4. What good news does one of Aunt Marthy's letters bring?
5. In whose house does Linda meet her daughter?
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