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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. Jarvis had come to town to make a fortune in ___________.
3. Who built the home in which Almeda lives?
(a) Her father.
(b) Her uncle.
(c) Frank Lloyd Wright.
(d) An unknown man.
4. Almeda can smell soap and ______________ scents on Jarvis' jacket.
(a) After shave.
(b) Hair tonic.
5. The fact that Almeda is an independent spirit and does not fit into 1800s society but would be applauded in the 1990s is called ______________.
6. What does Jarvis do with Almeda on Sundays?
(a) Takes her to brunch.
(b) Takes her out driving.
(c) Takes her to the theater.
(d) Walks her home from church.
7. Almeda's house is on the corner of Pearl and ___________ Streets.
8. From what does Almeda suffer?
(a) Societal pressures to marry.
(b) High blood pressure.
9. Almeda's lifestyle could be characterized as _______________.
10. What is the narrator's name?
(c) It is not known.
11. How many years have passed since the publication of Almeda's book?
12. Almeda thinks that married women have to _____________________.
(a) Deal with in-laws.
(b) Give up careers.
(c) Mold their husbands.
(d) Clean too much.
13. What is unique about Queen Aggie?
(a) She can speak ten languages.
(b) She is always drunk.
(c) She has a white streak on the front of her hair.
(d) She can put her legs behind her head.
14. How is Almeda portrayed in the story?
(a) A vivacious young woman.
(b) A dour spinster.
(c) A sickly girl.
(d) A blushing bride.
15. Almeda's family's home sits on what street?
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the Great Lakes is Champlain said to have sailed?
2. What is the setting of MENESETEUNG?
3. Almeda would rather write about ____________ than cooking.
4. What is Jarvis considered to be regarding marriage?
5. Which of the following does Almeda not have any skill for?
This section contains 338 words
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