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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. Who does Jo catch cheating at croquet?
2. Jo receives a letter from Marmee praising her for what?
(a) controlling her anger
(b) helping Beth cook
(c) helping Amy with her sewing
(d) appreciating her sisters
3. Mr. and Mrs. Brooke have their first argument about what silly thing?
(a) a jam incident
(b) a dress that Meg wants
(c) a newspaper article
(d) what to have for dinner
4. What instrument does Mr. Laurence use to convince Beth to visit more often?
5. What is the name of the story that Jo has published?
(a) The Rival Painters
(b) The Golden Eagle
(c) The Rival Hunters
(d) The Spread Eagle
Short Answer Questions
1. On the day of Amy's planned event, what happens?
2. Who arrives and surprises the girls?
3. Amy receives what sort of lessons from Aunt March?
4. What is the last name of the family that the girls give their Christmas breakfast to?
5. Laurie does what during one of the girl's club meetings?
Short Essay Questions
1. As we return to Dovecote, how are Meg and John getting along in chapter twenty-five?
2. Describe how the men at the picnic in chapter eleven, Fred Vaughn, Laurie, and Mr. Brooke, reveal their true feelings and their character to the girls.
3. When Laurie says that Jo will be the next to wed, how does Jo react and how does Laurie view her attitude?
4. Describe Meg's attitude, in chapter eighteen, when she finds out that Laurie sent a letter to her as a prank.
5. Describe how Meg's personality changes in chapter twenty-two, as she is married.
6. 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?
7. How is the Christmas celebration in chapter nineteen different from Christmas a year before?
8. How does Amy's family react to her party plan in chapter twenty-three, both before and after the party?
9. 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.
10. How does Jo's attitude in chapter twenty-six effect each of her visits?
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