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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who does Jim's grandmother send to stay in the Cutter's house in place of Antonia?
(b) Jim's grandfather
(d) Otto Fuchs
2. What does Jim tell Antonia's children about their mother when she was younger?
(a) She was difficult to get along with.
(b) She was shy and withdrawn.
(c) She had a wild spirit.
(d) She was beautiful and well liked.
3. Where does Jim often meet Lena?
(a) At his apartment
(b) At the library
(c) At a restaurant
(d) At her dress shop
4. Where does Jim stay when he is in Lincoln?
(a) In a hotel
(b) With his grandparents
(c) With Gaston Cleric
(d) In rooms he rents from an elderly couple
5. How do women generally respond to Larry Donovan?
(a) They are wary of his affections.
(b) They are attracted to and sympathetic to him.
(c) They admire his devotion to his job and family.
(d) They are put off by his aloofness.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who urges Jim to visit Antonia after many years?
2. Who proposes to Lena several times?
3. Who does Jim hold responsible for Wick Cutter's negative actions?
4. To whom does Jim dedicate his speech?
5. How does Tiny make her fortune?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Jim mark his transition to manhood in this chapter?
2. What event occurs as Jim stays at the Cutters' home?
3. How does the novel come full circle at the end?
4. Describe Gaston Cleric
5. Summarize the story of Antonia and Larry Donovan's failed attempt at marriage (as told by Widow Steavens).
6. How does Cleric Gaston interpret Virgil's line "Primus ego in patriam mecum . . . deducam Musas", or, "for I shall be the first, if I live, to bring the Muse into my own country.?"
7. Summarize the story Rudolph tells about the Cutters.
8. Describe Jim and Antonia's relationship after 20 years have passed
9. Describe Larry Donovan from Jim's perspective.
10. What causes Jim to reinterpret sections of Virgil's Georgics? How does he see a particular passage differently?
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