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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In what year do the events of Section 2 occur?
2. Jarvis never escorts Almeda to _____________.
(a) The church social.
(b) The theater.
3. How can Jarvis Poulter's lifestyle be characterized?
(a) Completely masculine.
4. How many sections are included in MENESETEUNG?
5. What do the boys of the town have time to do?
(a) Clear new roads.
(b) Learn new trades.
(c) Roam the streets looking for trouble.
(d) Get part time jobs.
6. What is the name of the book from which the lines at the beginning of each section are taken?
7. Almeda's family's home sits on what street?
8. What does Almeda think she would be if Jarvis were to ask her for a drive in the country?
9. The fact that Almeda is an independent spirit and does not fit into 1800s society but would be applauded in the 1990s is called ______________.
10. With what would Jarvis interfere if Almeda were to take a drive with him in the country?
(a) Her reveries on nature.
(b) The birds singing.
(c) Her fishing.
(d) Her gathering wildflowers.
11. What does Jarvis Poulter take from the town to save money at home?
(a) Water and gas.
(b) Water and food.
(c) Water and coal.
(d) Food and coal.
12. MENESETEUNG is the story of a __________________.
13. In what business is Jarvis Poulter engaged?
(c) Salt mines.
14. Almeda waits for Jarvis to ________________________.
(a) Finish his tea.
(b) Ask her to dinner.
(c) Take her out driving
(d) Make the first romantic move.
15. Which of the following does not describe Almeda?
Short Answer Questions
1. Almeda's house is on the corner of Pearl and ___________ Streets.
2. Jarvis had come to town to make a fortune in ___________.
3. Which of the following does not contribute to the beauty of the swamp?
4. What is Jarvis considered to be regarding marriage?
5. Which of the following does the narrator not mention as inhabiting the town?
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