|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where does Jarvis Pouter live?
(a) Two blocks away from Almeda.
(b) Two streets over from Almeda.
(c) On the other side of town from Almeda.
(d) Two lots away from Almeda.
2. Which of the following does not contribute to the beauty of the swamp?
(d) Tall trees.
3. When does Almeda think the swamp is the loveliest?
(a) Late afternoon.
(b) The morning.
(c) High noon.
4. What is the time period of MENESETEUNG?
5. Which of the following is not a typical focus of Almeda's work?
(d) Urban settings.
6. How did Almeda's younger brother and sister die?
(a) Car accident.
(c) House fire.
7. Almeda can smell soap and ______________ scents on Jarvis' jacket.
(b) After shave.
(c) Hair tonic.
8. What is the setting of MENESETEUNG?
(a) Ontario, Canada.
(d) Harlem, New York.
9. Almeda is removed from _________________ in the town.
(b) The Garden Club.
(c) Undesirable elements.
(d) The Rotary Club.
10. Jarvis never escorts Almeda to _____________.
(a) The theater.
(d) The church social.
11. In what business is Jarvis Poulter engaged?
(d) Salt mines.
12. What is the role of the narrator in MENESETEUNG?
(a) Greek chorus.
(c) Curious observer.
(d) Stage manager.
13. From whose perspective is MENESETEUNG told?
(a) Mrs. Roth.
(b) A narrator.
14. Where does Almeda think that Jarvis might take her?
(a) A ride in the country.
(b) Church social.
(c) Dinner and dancing.
(d) The opera.
15. How do the boys in town move Queen Aggie from place to place?
(a) In a car.
(b) In a wheelbarrow.
(c) In a wagon.
(d) On a horse.
Short Answer Questions
1. What can Almeda see from her window?
2. Almeda's house is on the corner of Pearl and ___________ Streets.
3. What do the boys of the town have time to do?
4. How many years have passed since the publication of Almeda's book?
5. How does Almeda always try to conduct herself in town?
This section contains 342 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)