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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. When Jo prepares to return home, Professor Bhaer gives her what gift?
2. When does Beth finally die?
(a) at dawn
(b) at Christmas
(c) on Thanksgiving Day
(d) in the night
3. What is Amy's first intention toward Laurie?
(a) to cook everything he likes to eat
(b) to keep house well for him
(c) to be a good wife
(d) to help him with his business
4. When Laurie says that he loves Jo, Jo does what?
(a) She leaps into his arms.
(b) She says that she does not love him romantically.
(c) She runs away in tears.
(d) She kisses him.
5. Jo writes often to her family about whom?
(a) the person she's tutoring
(b) a new friend in the boardinghouse
(c) the person she's keeping house for
Short Answer Questions
1. Laurie and Amy decide to do what together?
2. What does the editor say does not sell in those days?
3. What is professor Bhaer's new position?
4. Jo determines that Beth is sad because of what?
5. Jo feels alone because of what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe how the romance between Jo and the professor finally blossoms.
2. What lessons do we learn from Beth's death?
3. How does Jo feel about romantic pursuits, and how do her actions compare or contrast to that?
4. Who arrives, in chapter thirty-eight, besides Laurie, Amy, and Mr. Laurence, and why does that person come?
5. How does Laurie and Amy's Christmas spent together in France affect the major plot line of Jo's relationship with Laurie?
6. How does Jo handle the fact that Beth is dying?
7. Christmas is a primary focus, yet again. What does Laurie do for Christmas in chapter thirty-three?
8. How do Jo's rude actions in chapter twenty-six hurt Amy in chapter twenty-seven?
9. How does Jo react to the news that Laurie and Amy are engaged.
10. In chapter thirty-eight, Laurie and Jo have a final discussion about their relationship and decide what?
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