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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. Beth does what as she is slowly dying?
(a) She writes a will.
(b) She stays in bed.
(c) She lets everyone treat her like a princess.
(d) She keeps busy helping others.
2. What does Beth tell Jo about Beth's health?
(a) She has accepted that she is dying.
(b) She is afraid.
(c) She doesn't want to die.
(d) She is not going to die.
3. At Christmas, Jo and Professor Bhaer do what?
(a) They exchange small gifts.
(b) They attend a party together.
(c) They travel back to the March home for the holidays.
(d) They eat a big dinner.
4. Beth asks Jo if they can go where, instead of the place Jo suggests?
(a) the mountains
(b) the seashore
(c) the country
(d) the city
5. Jo is distraught when Professor Bhaer does what?
(a) begins to take interest in another woman
(b) stays away for three months
(c) moves away
(d) stays away for three days
Short Answer Questions
1. Laurie admires what about Amy?
2. Jo writes often to her family about whom?
3. When does Beth finally die?
4. When Laurie hears that Beth has died, he does what?
5. Jo begins to write for what publication?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Jo's reaction, in chapter thirty-seven, after Beth's death?
2. How, in chapter thirty-four, does Amy help Laurie to see himself for who he is and who he used to be and change accordingly?
3. In chapter thirty-eight, Laurie and Jo have a final discussion about their relationship and decide what?
4. How does Jo feel about romantic pursuits, and how do her actions compare or contrast to that?
5. Describe why Amy, rather than Jo, is selected to go abroad with Aunt Carrol, and how Jo feels about the decision.
6. How does Laurie and Amy's Christmas spent together in France affect the major plot line of Jo's relationship with Laurie?
7. How do Amy and Laurie feel about the possibility of Jo marrying Professor Bhaer?
8. How does Professor Bhaer effect Jo's character and her choices in chapter thirty?
9. Christmas is a primary focus, yet again. What does Laurie do for Christmas in chapter thirty-three?
10. During her talk with Laurie about their relationship, how is Jo's independence once again expressed with relation to the normal role of women in society in that era?
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