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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. When Jean does not repent for the pastor, what does he tell Jean's mother to do?
(a) Lock Jean in her room and not feed her.
(b) Kick her out of the house.
(c) Pray continuously for her.
(d) Supervise her at all times.

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

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

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

5. What is Winnet's punishment from the sorcerer?
(a) She is made to forget everyone she loves.
(b) She has to watch the boy marry and raise a family with another girl.
(c) She is turned into a raven.
(d) She has to leave, or tend the goats if she stays.

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 spends the night at her side in the funeral parlor.
(c) The church holds a wake for Elsie and Jean attends.
(d) Jean visits her in the hospital early in the morning so she won't run into anyone.

7. What does Jean say about the past?
(a) It is only malleable where once it was flexible.
(b) The lens to see it can be tinted and tilted and smashed.
(c) Once it could change its mind, now it can only undergo change.
(d) All of the above.

8. What does Jean compare history to?
(a) A religious text.
(b) A string full of knots.
(c) Our own personal past.
(d) Fairy tales.

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

10. What do Jean and Mrs. Jewsbury do after Jean is accused at church?
(a) Talk.
(b) All of the above.
(c) Make love.
(d) Drink brandy.

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

12. Where does Winnet meet the sorcerer?
(a) Traveling through a forest.
(b) He appears to her in dreams.
(c) Near the river behind her home.
(d) In a town festival.

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

14. What do people do that Jean thinks is folly?
(a) Stop changing how they see the world.
(b) Attach themselves to other people.
(c) Separate story telling from history.
(d) Define the world.

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

Short Answer Questions

1. Which of the following best characterizes the way Jean sees the past?

2. Who tries to help Jean after she is accused by the pastor?

3. What does Jean tell the church?

4. How much warning do Jean and Melanie have of what will happen at church when they are separated?

5. What does Jean feel when she looks at a history book?

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