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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 song does a boy on the train play?
(a) Sweet Home Alabama.
(b) The Star Spangled Banner.
(c) Marching Through Georgia.
(d) My Country 'Tis of Thee.
2. How does The Red Swede make money in the spring?
(b) Selling horses.
(c) Selling vegetables.
(d) Training horses.
3. Carol's article of introduction appears in what publication?
(a) The Gopher Prairie Tattle.
(b) The Gopher Prairie Weekly Dauntless.
(c) The Gopher Times.
(d) A pamphlet.
4. What heinous act against an animal does Cy commit that Carol witnesses?
(a) Hanging a cat.
(b) Stepping on a mouse.
(c) Scaring a horse.
(d) Shooting a dog.
5. How does Dr. Kennicott describe the people of Gopher Prairie?
(a) Desperate for friendship.
(c) Up and coming.
(d) Slow and stupid.
Short Answer Questions
1. What depresses Carol about the farmers on the train?
2. At the beginning of Chapter 9, how does Carol treat the townspeople?
3. How is Dr. Kennicott's office described?
4. In Chapter 13, who does Guy Pollock invite for coffee?
5. Carol raves about her husband to whom, following the Dutch woman's surgery?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Dr. and Mrs. Kennicott return home, what is the response?
2. How does the town react to the disastrous play performance?
3. Why does Carol panic when she arrives in Gopher Prairie?
4. When first Erik comes to town, why do people make fun of him? How does Carol react to this?
5. What is Carol's response to the film "Right on the Coco"?
6. When Carol visits Minneapolis, she is worried that the porter at the hotel thinks she is what? Why is this significant?
7. When Carol visits Guy Pollock for the first time, what simple gestures suddenly appear heightened?
8. Why does Carol choose not to plan for a new home?
9. Mrs. Bogart raised her sons to be good Christian boys. How do they turn out?
10. Carol goes through a phase where she loves being a housewife. Why?
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