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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. "Carnival" begins with Hager and her family splitting up, with some going to the revival and some going to the carnival _____ mile down the road.
(a) Three-quarters of a.
(b) A quarter.
(d) A half.
2. How does everyone feel when Tempy leaves?
3. What did Harriet do that night when she came home late?
(a) She packed her bags and caught the next train to New York City.
(b) She wrote a nasty note to Aunt Hager.
(c) She packed her bags and ran off with the circus.
(d) She packed her bags and moved in with her boyfriend.
4. Why does Annjee believe Jimboy married her?
(a) Because he loved her.
(b) Because he wanted to get married and start a family.
(c) Because she was pregnant with their child.
(d) Because she was a homebody and would take care of a house.
5. Hager, Annjee and Sandy are very poor, so poor that they can't afford what?
(c) Warm clothes.
(d) A wreath or cake icing.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who had Jimboy probably been trying to outdo?
2. Why did many of the elder townspeople die?
3. What happens to Annjee?
4. What does Sandy do with his gift from Tempy?
5. He knew that Jesus was white but what had he learned?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Jimboy returning home? Does Aunt Hager believe him? Why or why not?
2. How is this a sad Christmas?
3. Summarize "Storm."
4. What does Jimboy do when he comes home in "Guitar?" Why might he do this?
5. How does Aunt Hager react to Harriet and Sandy going to a dance? Why does she react this way?
6. What happened to Crowville? Why did this happen?
7. How does Hager show she is a determined woman in this chapter?
8. How does Annjee react when Jimboy comes home and ignores her and her cooking? Should she react this way? Why or why not?
9. How does the reader know that Harriet has lived a difficult life since she left home?
10. Describe the relationship between Harriet and Hager.
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