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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 the name of the story that Jo has published?
(a) The Spread Eagle
(b) The Rival Hunters
(c) The Golden Eagle
(d) The Rival Painters
2. Due to Laurie's prank, what happens?
(a) Meg learns that Mr. Brooke wants to marry her.
(b) Meg learns that Mr. Brooke is moving away.
(c) Mr. Brooke learns that Meg is in love with him.
(d) Laurie learns that Mr. Brooke and Meg are in love.
3. Mr. Laurence gives Beth a gift that originally belonged to whom?
(a) his wife
(b) his grandson
(c) his granddaughter
(d) his daughter
4. Jo tells her aunts that she is against what?
(a) learning other languages
(b) visiting other countries
(c) visiting other states
(d) learning to ride a horse
5. Who are the least enthusiastic about Amy's party?
(a) Marmee and Beth
(b) Jo and Laurie
(c) Hannah and Laurie
(d) Jo and Hannah
Short Answer Questions
1. Marmee tells a tale at dinner about meeting a man who had four sons in the war, but two of them did what?
2. Mr. and Mrs. Brooke have their first argument about what silly thing?
3. Jo goes to the Laurence house and does what unusual thing to get Laurie to let her in?
4. The girls create a secret society with what characters based on what?
5. Laurie does what during one of the girl's club meetings?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Meg show, in chapter twenty, that, even though much of the book goes against the tradition of the times, traditional choices are still alright for some?
2. How does Marmee's attitude about Meg and Mr. Brooke and her children growing up in general illustrate Alcott's progressive views on the position of women in the late 1800s?
3. How does Jo react to Mr. Brooke taking an interest in Meg?
4. Explain how Marmee's hope, in chapter nine, that her children will be happy, whether married or single, reflects the changing times when Alcott was writing the book in the 1860s.
5. How does Jo's attitude in chapter twenty-six effect each of her visits?
6. Describe how Meg's personality changes in chapter twenty-two, as she is married.
7. Describe how poverty plays a role in chapter two.
8. When Laurie says that Jo will be the next to wed, how does Jo react and how does Laurie view her attitude?
9. How is the Christmas celebration in chapter nineteen different from Christmas a year before?
10. Describe Jo's attitude in chapter three and how it defies conventional thinking in that era.
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