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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Amy hints to Laurie that he should rejoin whom?
2. What does Beth tell Jo about Beth's health?
3. Laurie and Amy decide to do what together?
4. Jo writes often to her family about whom?
5. Laurie seems to have lost his sense of what?
Essay Topic 1
Do you feel that Amy should have married Fred Vaughn, not Laurie? Defend your choice using what you know about all three characters.
Essay Topic 2
Jo is the central character in the story. Her choices are essential to the plot. Choose one of the following scenarios and describe how you think the story might have ended up had Jo made that choice. Use elements from the existing plot to back up your assumptions.
1. Jo marries Laurie.
2. Jo never marries anyone.
Essay Topic 3
Compare Jo's thoughts of and interactions with Laurie to her thoughts of and interactions with Professor Bhaer throughout the book. How do her attitudes toward each, as the book progresses, illustrate her aging and maturing?
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