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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What happens to Winnet after she leaves the sorcerer?
(a) She never learns to talk the way the villagers do, even though she wants to.
(b) She hears of a beautiful city and decides to go there.
(c) All the above.
(d) She is taken in by a villager who is kind to her.
2. Who does Jean meet during a tent mission in Blackpool?
(a) An orange demon.
(b) A new friend called Katy.
(c) A methodist minister.
(d) A professor from Oxford.
3. Who tries to help Jean after she is accused by the pastor?
(a) Mrs. Jewsbury.
(c) Jean's mother.
(d) Jean's father.
4. After her visitor, what does Jean announce she is ready to do?
(a) Never see Melanie again.
(b) Get married.
(c) Move out.
5. Who is the boy Winnet makes friends with?
(a) Another sorcerer.
(b) A boy from the village.
(c) A stranger from another land.
(d) The sorcerer's other apprentice.
6. What opinion of many has history changed since the Pilgrim fathers first set sail?
(a) None of the above.
(b) That they were crazy.
(c) That the known is better than the unknown.
(d) That they would circumvent the globe.
7. What does Jean envision her mother wishing for as she waits in her room?
(a) To not have children.
(b) A tearful reunion of the two of them.
(c) Her and her room to go up in flames while the house remained untouched.
(d) To be transported by God away from the world.
8. What does Winnet do for the boy?
(a) All the above.
(b) Defends him to the sorcerer.
(c) Tells him to deny her and blame her to the sorcerer so he can be free.
(d) She sets him free from his cell.
9. What does the pastor identify as the root cause of the problem with Jean?
(a) Jean was weak.
(b) Jean was too wilful and not dedicated enough to following the law of the lord.
(c) Jean's father was not a strong enough character.
(d) The church had allowed women too much power in preaching.
10. How does Jean feel about her church before she is accused in the sermon?
(a) She feels stifled and nervous.
(b) She feels safe and there was nowhere she'd rather be.
(c) She feels like she is untouchable.
(d) She is nervous about what would happen if they found out.
11. 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.
12. What does Jean call treating the past with objective respect?
(a) An idiot's pursuit.
(b) The only path to self awareness.
(c) Absolutely necessary.
(d) A sham.
13. How does Jean characterize a story heard from various perspectives?
(a) A seamless wonder.
(b) A sandwich laced with mustard of her own.
(c) A vegetable and cream, pureed together.
(d) A stew with various ingrediants.
14. What is the meeting of the Sisterhood like when Jean shows up after her second affair?
(a) Supportive and loving.
(b) Unchanged from usual.
(c) Solid guidance.
(d) Tense and awkward.
15. What is the competition the sorcerer and Winnet use to determine her future?
(b) The trust of a child.
(c) Poetry recital.
(d) Skipping stones.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jean's mother call Jean's romantic love for another woman?
2. What matters when looking at the past?
3. What allows Jean to spend many nights with Melanie?
4. What does the raven warn Winnet will happen if she stays in the place she loves?
5. What do Jean's mother and the pastor argue about?
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