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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 was not selected to go with Aunt Carrol for what reason?
(a) Aunt Carrol overheard Jo telling Aunt March that she hated Aunt Carrol.
(b) She was too sick to go with Aunt Carrol.
(c) She said that she did not like French on a previous visit with Aunt Carrol.
(d) She had to stay home and tend to Beth.
2. Jo refuses to do what until Beth dies?
(a) leave her side
(b) visit her
(d) cut her hair
3. Beth tries to comfort those around her, though they are upset about what?
(a) She is dying.
(b) Marmee is sick.
(c) Jo is missing.
(d) Mr. March must go away.
4. When Laurie hears that Beth has died, he does what?
(a) writes a letter to Marmee
(b) travels to be with Jo
(c) travels to be with Amy
(d) writes a letter to Jo
5. When Jo learns of Laurie and Amy's engagement, what is her reaction?
Short Answer Questions
1. Professor Bhaer is from where?
2. What does Laurie tell Jo about the relationship they have?
3. When Laurie realizes that Professor Bhaer is going to ask Jo to marry him, what is his reaction?
4. Laurie admires what about Amy?
5. When Jo realizes that Professor Bhaer is probably there to woo her, what is her reaction?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who arrives, in chapter thirty-eight, besides Laurie, Amy, and Mr. Laurence, and why does that person come?
2. In chapter thirty-nine, as she prepares to settle into the Laurence estate, how has Amy's attitude about money and material things changed?
3. How does Alcott show, through Jo's progression in the book, that women can have many roles in life?
4. How does Mrs. March's sixtieth birthday celebration, in the final chapter, mirror the Christmas festivities in the first chapter of the book?
5. How do Laurie and Amy react to the news of Beth's death, and how do their reactions alter the main story?
6. When Beth gets increasingly depressed and upset, how does Jo plan to raise Beth's spirits in chapter twenty-eight?
7. 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?
8. How does Laurie help Amy to see the truth about herself and her relationship with Fred in chapter thirty-four?
9. Describe how the romance between Jo and the professor finally blossoms.
10. How do Jo's rude actions in chapter twenty-six hurt Amy in chapter twenty-seven?
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