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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the name of the book from which the lines at the beginning of each section are taken?
2. Almeda has no instincts for _________________.
(a) Visual arts.
(b) Martial arts.
(c) Musical arts.
(d) Domestic arts.
3. Section 2 explains the _________________ in the town.
(a) Class distinction.
4. Which of the following roles did Almeda not assume for her father after the death of her mother?
(b) Business partner.
5. Almeda's family's home sits on what street?
6. The fact that Almeda is an independent spirit and does not fit into 1800s society but would be applauded in the 1990s is called ______________.
7. With what does each of the sections begin?
(a) A few lines from Shakespeare.
(b) A few lines written by the protagonist.
(c) A few lines from Thoreau.
(d) A few lines from Whitman.
8. What is the setting of MENESETEUNG?
(c) Harlem, New York.
(d) Ontario, Canada.
9. With what would Jarvis interfere if Almeda were to take a drive with him in the country?
(a) The birds singing.
(b) Her reveries on nature.
(c) Her fishing.
(d) Her gathering wildflowers.
10. How did Almeda's younger brother and sister die?
(b) House fire.
(c) Car accident.
11. What is the time period of MENESETEUNG?
12. What would Almeda regret if she were to go on a drive in the country with Jarvis?
(a) Jarvis' presence.
(b) Not having an umbrella.
(c) Not bringing a coat.
(d) Losing an afternoon of reading.
13. What is Jarvis Poulter's marital status?
14. Which of the following is not the typical assumption for a woman's life in the late a1880s?
(c) Unmarried poet.
15. In what year was the book of poetry written?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the person that the boys of the town constantly harass?
2. Where does Jarvis Pouter live?
3. What is the source of Almeda's social withdrawal?
4. From whose perspective is MENESETEUNG told?
5. In what year do the events of Section 2 occur?
This section contains 373 words
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