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

Multiple Choice Questions

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

2. When the pastor and Jean's mother try to set up another exorcism, what does Jean say?
(a) She does not have a demon.
(b) They are the ones with the problem.
(c) She doubts it will work.
(d) She is leaving the church.

3. What does Jean's mother do after Jean has repented?
(a) Signs Jean up for missionary school.
(b) Takes a more personal interest in Jean's day to day life.
(c) Burns all the cards and pictures that would remind Jean of Melanie.
(d) Tells her about her own affair with another woman.

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

5. How does Jean characterize uncertainty to her?
(a) Like an aardvark - recognizable but unfamiliar.
(b) Like being blindfolded.
(c) Like being in a valley - having to choose a direction with no view.
(d) Like not having God.

6. What is it like for Jean when Melanie visits and kisses her goodbye?
(a) She feels nothing.
(b) She is overwhelmed with longing.
(c) She feels close to God.
(d) She is repulsed by the thought.

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

8. What does Jean call treating the past with objective respect?
(a) An idiot's pursuit.
(b) The only path to self awareness.
(c) A sham.
(d) Absolutely necessary.

9. How intent is Jean on becoming a missionary?
(a) It is her life mission.
(b) She would like to, but the church won't let her.
(c) She doesn't want to.
(d) She wants to enroll in missionary school as a way to stay with the church.

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

11. What does Jean's mother call Jean's romantic love for another woman?
(a) Intentionally mocking her.
(b) Aping men.
(c) Rebelliousness.
(d) Cowardice.

12. What does Jean say was a big problem looking at history after the second world war?
(a) The need to generate new stories.
(b) Not a large enough bowl.
(c) Constipation.
(d) Too many ingrediants.

13. Who is the boy Winnet makes friends with?
(a) A stranger from another land.
(b) A boy from the village.
(c) Another sorcerer.
(d) The sorcerer's other apprentice.

14. What is the first thing that happens in the chapter titled Judges?
(a) Jean confesses her sexuality to the pastor.
(b) Jean packs for missionary school.
(c) Jean's mother tells her to move out.
(d) Jean announces her sexuality to the congregation.

15. Who tries to help Jean after she is accused by the pastor?
(a) Mrs. Jewsbury.
(b) Melanie.
(c) Jean's father.
(d) Jean's mother.

Short Answer Questions

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

2. Who does Jean say history is?

3. What advice is Jean trying to give us at the end of the chapter titled Deuteronomy?

4. What does Jean envision her mother wishing for as she waits in her room?

5. What does the sorcerer do for Winnet to help her feel safe dining with him?

(see the answer keys)

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