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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Jean doing when Pastor Finch finds her in the Sunday School Room?
(a) Coloring a mustache on Mary.
(b) Feeding Daniel to the lions in fuzzy felt.
(d) Making a manger scene in fuzzy felt.
2. What function does Jean's mother's friend make wreaths for?
3. Which of the following is something Jean's mother routinely is likely to say first thing to her on Sundays?
(a) The Lord is good.
(b) What sort of tea is this?
(c) All of the above.
(d) Who was the oldest man in the Bible?
4. How can Sundays at the house where Jean grew up best be described?
(a) A day for a feast.
(b) A day of rest to think of the Lord.
(c) Family time.
(d) Vigorous in worship.
5. How does Jean pass the time she spends in the children's ward at the hospital?
(a) Talking with other kids.
(b) Making igloos out of her orange peels.
(c) Contemplating the Lord.
(d) Looking at sick people.
6. Which of the following best characterizes the information Jean gets from the other women regarding men and marriage?
(a) Vague and confusing.
(b) Vulgar and humorous.
(c) Direct and depressing.
(d) General and encouraging.
7. How does Jean get a job washing glasses at Tricketts?
(a) Her mother agrees she'll do it with the waitress.
(b) She applies behind her mother's back.
(c) The owner heard her preach.
(d) She offers to help out when they are too busy.
8. What important notion does Elsie impart to Jean?
(a) That she has to be her own person.
(b) That there are two worlds, the physical and another.
(c) That we must tend the things we love.
(d) That God is not always right.
9. What was in the package that came from Wigan?
(a) Jean's biological parents' information.
(b) A letter from Pierre.
(c) None of the above.
(d) Tickets to a cruise.
10. What job does Jean end up getting from the wreath-making friend?
(a) Getting the dead ready for burial at an undertaker's.
(b) Making wedding bouquets.
(c) Making wire forms for wreaths.
(d) Growing carnations.
11. How was the special conference for the Society a turning point for Jean?
(a) It was when she began to develop her first theological disagreement.
(b) It was when she was confirmed into the Society.
(c) It was when she first saw Pastor Spratt.
(d) It was when she saw her mother through someone else's eyes.
12. Who is Pastor Spratt?
(a) The young, handsome pastor about to start preaching.
(b) The Pastor that converted Jean's mother and who she still devotedly follows.
(c) The elderly slightly senile pastor at church.
(d) The founder of their church.
13. What story does the telling of Jean's own beginnings parallel?
(a) Her mother's childhood.
(c) The creation story.
(d) The birth of Jesus.
14. How successful are Jean's art projects at school?
(a) Nobody understands them.
(b) Praised because of her effort in them.
(c) Teachers are obliged to recognize their technical superiority.
(d) Rejected due to content.
15. What does Jean's mother have her do in the market for the special conference for the Society?
(a) Stand on an orange box and shout what was going on.
(b) None of the above.
(c) Buy all the apples from the market to symbolically remove temptation.
(d) Tack fliers up all around.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following best describes the religious zeal of Jean's mother?
2. What does the prince in the story want to find?
3. What does Jean have to remind her not to cut corners?
4. What reasons are given when adults discuss why Jean doesn't answer anyone?
5. What does Jean ask for when her mother takes her to town to buy mince?
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