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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. What information does Linda tell Mrs. Bruce before she leaves the family?
(a) That she was Ellen's mother.
(b) That she was a fugitive slave.
(c) The she stole money from them.
(d) That Mr. Sands was her childrens' father.
2. What city is the first stop on Linda's trip to England?
(c) South Wales.
3. Who is Mr. Thorpe grateful to for bestowing kindness onto him?
(b) Mrs. Hobbs.
(d) Aunt Marthy.
4. Who offers to pay for Ellen's schooling?
(a) Aunt Marthy.
(c) Mr. Sands.
(d) Mrs. Hobbs.
5. On what mode of transportation does Linda continue her journey to New York?
(a) By carriage.
(b) By boat.
(c) By foot.
(d) By train.
Short Answer Questions
1. Left alone again, who does Linda go to work for after her return from England?
2. During Linda's meeting with the character in question #101, what information is discovered?
3. Why is Linda overwhelmed by the big city sights and sounds?
4. Where is Linda's escape route from the South taking her first?
5. Who is staying at the Hobbs' house when Linda goes to visit Ellen?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe in detail Linda's first meeting with Ellen in New York.
2. Why does Amy Post write the appendix for Linda?
3. How does the plan for Linda's escape change twice?
4. What are some of the reasons why Linda does not want to part from Ellen when Ellen has the opportunity to go to boarding school?
5. What are some of the hardships Aunt Nancy has to endure while being a slave in the Flint household?
6. Using details from the text, describe how Linda's attitude evolves towards buying herself.
7. After Aunt Nancy's untimely death, how does Mrs. Flint react?
8. Providing detail from the text, describe Ellen's thoughts about her father.
9. After avoiding Mr. Thorpe on several occasions, Mr. Thorpe insists that he and Linda meet. What does Mr. Thorpe tell Linda during this meeting?
10. Describe in detail the letter that Emily Flint sends to Linda.
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