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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. According to Jean, what cannot be found?
(a) Purity of emotion.
(b) Absolute truth.
(c) History.
(d) True love.

2. How is this fifth chapter of ORANGES ARE NOT THE ONLY FRUIT best characterized?
(a) Cautionary and paranoid.
(b) Simple and straightforward.
(c) Spiritual and Godly.
(d) Symbolic and metaphorical.

3. What was Jean's relationship to Katy?
(a) Katy was her most uncomplicated love affair.
(b) Jean had a crush on Katy for years but denied it to herself and everyone.
(c) Katy was Jean's proof that she was over women.
(d) They were close friends in the church.

4. What does Jean feel when she looks at a history book?
(a) She is curious about the new story.
(b) None of the above.
(c) She is repulsed by the pretention.
(d) She is astonished at the imaginative effort.

5. In general terms, what is the chapter Deuteronomy about?
(a) The importance of having stories.
(b) How people see the past.
(c) How to choose what you should believe.
(d) The importance of being curious.

6. When is the last time Jean sees Elsie?
(a) Elsie comes out to her ice cream truck to tell Jean she' dying.
(b) Jean visits her in the hospital early in the morning so she won't run into anyone.
(c) The church holds a wake for Elsie and Jean attends.
(d) Jean spends the night at her side in the funeral parlor.

7. What is Jean's role in the church after she is accused and repents?
(a) She no longer is allowed to preach.
(b) Unchanged. She still preaches.
(c) She is looked at with joy as the prodigal daughter.
(d) She is encouraged to preach about her own experience.

8. How much warning do Jean and Melanie have of what will happen at church when they are separated?
(a) Melanie knew and agreed to it, but Jean did not.
(b) Jean overheard her mother talking and knew it was coming.
(c) None until the sermon itself.
(d) Jean knows something is up and is nervous.

9. What does the chapter titled Judges open with?
(a) The old saying "love conquers all"
(b) The queen announcing "either you or your head must be off!"
(c) "from whom much has been given, much is expected"
(d) The prayer of St Francis.

10. What does the pastor tell Jean when they run into each other?
(a) That he had handled the situation poorly.
(b) That the church missed her and her energy.
(c) That Melanie never loved her.
(d) The church was better without her.

11. What does Jean say about things that are dead?
(a) They don't have the tiresome messiness of live things.
(b) They have all the admirable qualities of life.
(c) There is a certain seductiveness about them.
(d) All of the above.

12. What does the sorcerer want of Winnet?
(a) To be his daughter.
(b) To carry a message for him.
(c) To convince the townspeople to trust him.
(d) To be his apprentice.

13. What is the competition the sorcerer and Winnet use to determine her future?
(a) Skipping stones.
(b) Hangman.
(c) Poetry recital.
(d) The trust of a child.

14. How much does Jean tell her mother about Melanie?
(a) She hides the friendship entirely.
(b) She only tells things that are absolutely necessary.
(c) She naively tells her absolutely everything.
(d) As much as she could, but not everything.

15. What do people do when they tell stories?
(a) Spread the truth.
(b) Bring perspective.
(c) Convince themselves.
(d) Make them what they will.

Short Answer Questions

1. What must Winnet do to reach the beautiful city?

2. Where does Jean go right after repenting and being released from her lockdown?

3. What does Jean find out one day driving the ice cream truck?

4. How does Jean characterize uncertainty to her?

5. Who does Jean find when she returns home after being accused at church?

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