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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. Jo begins to write for what publication?
(a) The Weekly Volcano
(b) The Weekly Earthquake
(c) The Weekly Flood
(d) The Weekly Tornado
2. Beth finally tells Jo what secret?
(a) She hid some money under her bed that Jo can have after she is gone.
(b) She truely does love Laurie.
(c) She saw Laurie's vitality and cried because she knew she was dying.
(d) She loves Jo, no matter how often they've argued in the past.
3. Amy declines whose marriage proposal?
4. The family prepares for what event?
(a) Beth's impending death
(b) selling their home
(c) Jo's marriage
(d) Meg and John's divorce
5. What news do Laurie and Amy give everyone?
(a) They plan to marry in three months.
(b) They have been married for three months.
(c) They were married six weeks earlier.
(d) They plan to be married in six weeks.
Short Answer Questions
1. Jo plans to go where for the winter?
2. Laurie admires what about Amy?
3. While in Europe, Laurie meets up with whom?
4. Laurie tells Amy that he is upset because of what?
5. Professor Bhaer is caring for whom?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who arrives, in chapter thirty-eight, besides Laurie, Amy, and Mr. Laurence, and why does that person come?
2. How does Marmee feel about Jo, Beth, and Jo's plan to go to New York so Laurie and Beth can be together?
3. Describe how the romance between Jo and the professor finally blossoms.
4. What does chapter thirty-two say about the changeable nature of life and death?
5. How does Jo react to the news that Laurie and Amy are engaged.
6. 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?
7. Contrast Professor Bhaer with Laurie. What could possibly draw Jo to one over the other?
8. 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?
9. How does Alcott show, through Jo's progression in the book, that women can have many roles in life?
10. When Beth gets increasingly depressed and upset, how does Jo plan to raise Beth's spirits in chapter twenty-eight?
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