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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 is Alobar crowned the king of in the village?
(a) The Festivities.
(b) The City.
(c) The Manor.
(d) The Bean.
2. In what neighborhood does Priscilla live?
(a) Capital Hill.
(b) The Garden District.
(c) West Pines.
(d) Jackson Square.
3. What does the narrator refer to as the steam that rises from Priscilla's tired feet?
(a) Mouse gas.
(b) Foot smoke.
(d) Stink mist.
4. How long has Madame Devalier kept her shop?
(a) Twenty years.
(b) Forty years.
(c) Sixty years.
(d) Ten years.
5. In what kind of apartment do artists rarely live?
Short Answer Questions
1. Which character is Alobar's favorite wife?
2. During what period was the building in which Priscilla lives built?
3. The man who sold Madame Devalier the flowers is from which location?
4. Who is the Co-Vice President of the LeFever company?
5. Which character drops Alobar's glass and breaks one of its corners?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are some examples of metaphors and/or similes from the opening of Jitterbug Perfume?
2. What magical object is found in Alobar's court? Where does it stay?
3. Who appears at the spring where Alobar decides to rest for the night? What reason does this character give for being there?
4. Who have Madame Devalier and V'lu bought jasmine flowers from in the opening? How is this character described?
5. In Part I, what does the shaman tell Alobar he must do?
6. Discuss the relationship between Madame Lily Devalier and V'lu. How do these women know one another?
7. In Part I, what does Alobar do once he looks into the magic glass?
8. What is Aelfric? Who goes there?
9. Discuss Priscilla's relationship with Ricki. How do they know one another? What are their feelings about each other?
10. How many storylines are established in Jitterbug Perfume? What are the settings of each?
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