Mid-Book Test - Medium
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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who lost money due to investing in an elevator?
(a) The Kennicotts.
(b) The Mayberrys.
(c) The Perrys.
(d) The Goulds.
2. During the winter, after shopping, what does Carol do on the city streets that shocks the town?
(a) She doesn't wear a coat.
(b) She sings.
(c) She kisses a stranger.
(d) She gallops and whoops.
3. Carol compares the women of Gopher Prairie to what animal?
4. If farmers controlled Dr. Kennicott's rate, he's concerned they'd do what?
(a) Make him work for free.
(b) Make him a rich man.
(c) Put him on salary.
(d) Tax 50% of his profits.
5. In what city does Main Street open?
(b) Gopher Prairie.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who first tells Carol that the town gossips about her?
2. How does Carol describe Mr. Dashaway's furniture?
3. At what age does Carol say she could have kissed Guy Pollock?
4. How was Mrs. Vopni's husband killed?
5. After learning that the town speaks of her, Carol wants comfort from whom?
Short Essay Questions
1. On the train ride Carol takes in Chapter 3, how are the passengers described?
2. Describe Main Street in Gopher Prairie.
3. In what way does Carol try to convince herself Gopher Prairie is like New York?
4. When and why do the women at the bridge club decide to accept Carol?
5. When Carol visits Minneapolis, she is worried that the porter at the hotel thinks she is what? Why is this significant?
6. What is Fern accused of by Mrs. Bogart and what is the effect on Fern?
7. What does Carol feel is missing in her marriage and how does she try to correct it?
8. What is Hugh's reaction upon Carol's description of what lies ahead for them, outside of Gopher Prairie?
9. When does Vida Sherwin's relationship with Carol become surprising?
10. When Carol hosts a party in Chapter 6, she creates a wild atmosphere. Describe the game the guests play that is unconventional.
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