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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 is distraught when Professor Bhaer does what?
(a) begins to take interest in another woman
(b) moves away
(c) stays away for three months
(d) stays away for three days
2. What is professor Bhaer's new position?
3. Beth does what as she is slowly dying?
(a) She stays in bed.
(b) She writes a will.
(c) She keeps busy helping others.
(d) She lets everyone treat her like a princess.
4. When Jo learns of Laurie and Amy's engagement, what is her reaction?
5. Whom does Aunt Carrol want to go abroad with her?
Short Answer Questions
1. Professor Bhaer begins to do what for Jo?
2. Where do Amy and Laurie choose to live?
3. When does Beth finally die?
4. Jo refuses to do what until Beth dies?
5. Laurie asks Jo if she loves the professor and Jo says what?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does chapter thirty-two say about the changeable nature of life and death?
2. How does Mrs. March's sixtieth birthday celebration, in the final chapter, mirror the Christmas festivities in the first chapter of the book?
3. What secret does Beth reveal to Jo at the seashore and what does it say about Beth's mental state?
4. What is Jo's reaction, in chapter thirty-seven, after Beth's death?
5. In chapter thirty-eight, Laurie and Jo have a final discussion about their relationship and decide what?
6. How does Laurie help Amy to see the truth about herself and her relationship with Fred in chapter thirty-four?
7. How does Alcott show, through Jo's progression in the book, that women can have many roles in life?
8. How does Laurie and Amy's Christmas spent together in France affect the major plot line of Jo's relationship with Laurie?
9. How does Jo react to the news that Laurie and Amy are engaged.
10. How does Marmee feel about Jo, Beth, and Jo's plan to go to New York so Laurie and Beth can be together?
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