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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. What is Amy's first intention toward Laurie?
(a) to keep house well for him
(b) to cook everything he likes to eat
(c) to be a good wife
(d) to help him with his business
2. What job does Jo plan to take for the winter?
3. When Laurie says that he loves Jo, Jo does what?
(a) She kisses him.
(b) She says that she does not love him romantically.
(c) She leaps into his arms.
(d) She runs away in tears.
4. Amy shows Laurie two sketches of whom?
5. Professor Bhaer is caring for whom?
(a) his ailing sister
(b) his two orphaned nephews
(c) his two orphaned nieces
(d) his aging parents
Short Answer Questions
1. As she reflects on her life, what does Jo say about it?
2. Jo determines that Beth is sad because of what?
3. Laurie appeals to Jo one more time before his trip and she does what?
4. At Christmas, Jo and Professor Bhaer do what?
5. Laurie admires what about Amy?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Mrs. March's sixtieth birthday celebration, in the final chapter, mirror the Christmas festivities in the first chapter of the book?
2. How does Jo react to the news that Laurie and Amy are engaged.
3. How do Jo's rude actions in chapter twenty-six hurt Amy in chapter twenty-seven?
4. What secret does Beth reveal to Jo at the seashore and what does it say about Beth's mental state?
5. Contrast Professor Bhaer with Laurie. What could possibly draw Jo to one over the other?
6. What is Jo's reaction, in chapter thirty-seven, after Beth's death?
7. How does Laurie help Amy to see the truth about herself and her relationship with Fred in chapter thirty-four?
8. In chapter thirty-eight, Laurie and Jo have a final discussion about their relationship and decide what?
9. What lessons do we learn from Beth's death?
10. How does the relationship between Jo and Laurie climax in chapter thirty-one?
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