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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which of the following does not describe Almeda?
2. What can Almeda see from her window?
(a) The town hall.
(b) The mountains.
(c) The meadow.
(d) The swamp.
3. What is the name of the local newspaper in town?
4. According to Almeda, men are ______________ creatures.
5. Which of the following is not the typical assumption for a woman's life in the late a1880s?
(a) Unmarried poet.
6. Which of the Great Lakes is Champlain said to have sailed?
(a) Lake Huron.
(b) Lake Superior.
(c) Lake Erie.
(d) Lake Ontario.
7. Almeda is not considered to be _______________ yet.
(a) A philanthropist.
(b) An accomplished author.
(c) A wealthy woman.
(d) An old maid.
8. What is the narrator's name?
(a) It is not known.
9. Almeda keeps her distance both physically and _______________ in town.
10. Almeda lives in a ________________ society.
11. How does the author show Almeda's naivete about the life of the lower class people in town?
(a) She does not give to charities.
(b) She never goes outside or talks to anyone.
(c) She thinks the swamp is beautiful.
(d) She always gives to charities.
12. Who is the person that the boys of the town constantly harass?
(a) Mr. Booker.
(c) Queen Aggie.
13. Where does Almeda think that Jarvis might take her?
(a) The opera.
(b) Dinner and dancing.
(c) Church social.
(d) A ride in the country.
14. Who built the home in which Almeda lives?
(a) Her father.
(b) An unknown man.
(c) Frank Lloyd Wright.
(d) Her uncle.
15. How many years have passed since the publication of Almeda's book?
Short Answer Questions
1. Almeda's family's home sits on what street?
2. From whose perspective is MENESETEUNG told?
3. The Ontario of Almeda's time was called ______________________.
4. Which of the following does Almeda not have any skill for?
5. Which of the following does not describe the picture of Almeda in the book?
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