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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 returns home, in chapter thirty-eight?
(a) Meg and Marmee
(b) Amy, Laurie and Mr. Laurance
(c) Meg and John
(d) Jo, Meg and Amy
2. Whom does Aunt Carrol want to go abroad with her?
3. Who is jealous of Amy?
(a) Christine Chester
(b) May Chester
(c) April Chester
(d) June Chester
4. Jo is longing for what?
(a) to have another novel published
(b) to see Amy again
(c) to see Beth again
(d) a soul mate
5. Beth does what as she is slowly dying?
(a) She lets everyone treat her like a princess.
(b) She stays in bed.
(c) She keeps busy helping others.
(d) She writes a will.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the March family react to Professor Bhaer?
2. Laurie tells Amy that he is upset because of what?
3. When Laurie realizes that Professor Bhaer is going to ask Jo to marry him, what is his reaction?
4. What does aunt Carrol send to the girls?
5. What is professor Bhaer's new position?
Short Essay Questions
1. In chapter thirty-eight, Laurie and Jo have a final discussion about their relationship and decide what?
2. Contrast Professor Bhaer with Laurie. What could possibly draw Jo to one over the other?
3. What does the entire book say about wealth?
4. Christmas is a primary focus, yet again. What does Laurie do for Christmas in chapter thirty-three?
5. How does Jo handle the fact that Beth is dying?
6. What does chapter thirty-two say about the changeable nature of life and death?
7. How does Marmee feel about Jo, Beth, and Jo's plan to go to New York so Laurie and Beth can be together?
8. Who arrives, in chapter thirty-eight, besides Laurie, Amy, and Mr. Laurence, and why does that person come?
9. Describe the significance of Christmas to Jo and the professor in chapter twenty-nine
10. How do Amy and Laurie feel about the possibility of Jo marrying Professor Bhaer?
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