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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Jean characterize a story heard from various perspectives?
(a) A sandwich laced with mustard of her own.
(b) A stew with various ingrediants.
(c) A seamless wonder.
(d) A vegetable and cream, pureed together.
2. Where did Katy and Jean go together?
(a) To see the big city.
(b) Away to college.
(c) Morecambe guest house.
(d) To Katy's parents.
3. What does she advise you to do if you want to keep your own teeth?
(a) Stay out of other people's stories.
(b) Don't be curious.
(c) Make your own sandwiches.
(d) Try not sinking them into history.
4. How is this fifth chapter of ORANGES ARE NOT THE ONLY FRUIT best characterized?
(a) Simple and straightforward.
(b) Cautionary and paranoid.
(c) Symbolic and metaphorical.
(d) Spiritual and Godly.
5. What happens to Winnet at the sorcerer's castle?
(a) She learns the sorcerer is not evil.
(b) She forgot who she was and how she came to be there.
(c) She realizes she was born for this life.
(d) She grows very powerful.
6. Where does Jean go after being accused at church?
(a) To Mrs. Jewsbury's.
(b) To the market where she met Melanie.
(c) Straight home.
(d) To the top of the hill.
7. What does the pastor tell Jean when they run into each other?
(a) That Melanie never loved her.
(b) That he had handled the situation poorly.
(c) That the church missed her and her energy.
(d) The church was better without her.
8. Where does Jean go right after repenting and being released from her lockdown?
(a) To church to pray.
(b) To the top of the hill to think alone.
(c) To the employment office to be able to move.
(d) To find Melanie.
9. What must Winnet do to reach the beautiful city?
(a) Learn the ways of boat builders.
(b) All the above.
(c) Push her boat out alone into an immense sea she was afraid of.
(d) Leave everything she knows.
10. Who tries to help Jean after she is accused by the pastor?
(a) Mrs. Jewsbury.
(c) Jean's mother.
(d) Jean's father.
11. What was the Awful Occasion?
(a) The time Jean's real mother came to claim her.
(b) The day Melanie left Jean.
(c) When Jean first realized she was involved in "unnatural passions".
(d) The time Jean's parents nearly separated.
12. What does Jean's mother call Jean's romantic love for another woman?
(c) Intentionally mocking her.
(d) Aping men.
13. Who comes to visit Jean while she is locked in her room?
(a) An orange demon.
(c) The pastor.
14. What does Jean say about the curious?
(a) They are always in some danger.
(b) They are the engine of the world.
(c) They are blind.
(d) They look outward to not look in.
15. What must explorers bring back?
(a) A new way to see history.
(b) A new history to write.
(c) Potatoes or tobacco or gold.
(d) A memory and a story.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the sorcerer do to the boy Winnet befriends?
2. What opinion of many has history changed since the Pilgrim fathers first set sail?
3. How does Jean characterize uncertainty to her?
4. Where does Jean dream she is when she falls asleep?
5. What do Jean and Mrs. Jewsbury do after Jean is accused at church?
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