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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. How many guests arrive for Amy's party?
2. Marmee tells a tale at dinner about meeting a man who had four sons in the war, but two of them did what?
(a) came home safe
(b) got seriously injured
(d) got sick
3. Marmee and Mr. Brooke go where?
(d) New York
4. Jo submits a story to a writing contest and wins how much prize money?
5. Jo expects Meg to reject Mr. Brooke's proposal, but, instead, she sees what happen?
(a) Meg hugs Mr. Brooke.
(b) Meg and Mr. Brooke walk off holding hands.
(c) Meg kisses Mr. Brooke.
(d) Meg sits on Mr. Brooke's knee.
Short Answer Questions
1. The March girls' names are Meg, Beth, Amy, and what?
2. Jo receives a letter from Marmee praising her for what?
3. Who does Jo meet, while trying to avoid the crowds at the party?
4. On the day of Amy's planned event, what happens?
5. Amy gets punished for bringing what to school?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Jo react to Mr. Brooke taking an interest in Meg?
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. Describe Meg's attitude, in chapter eighteen, when she finds out that Laurie sent a letter to her as a prank.
4. Describe what illnesses do to the family in chapter sixteen.
5. Describe how Meg's personality changes in chapter twenty-two, as she is married.
6. Describe how poverty plays a role in chapter two.
7. 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?
8. How is the idea that leisure doesn't pay neatly illustrated by Marmee for all of the girls in chapter eleven?
9. How do we gain insight into Amy's personality when she goes to stay with Aunt March?
10. Describe the ups and downs of Jo's writing experiences in chapter twenty-four.
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