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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where did Katy and Jean go together?
(a) Away to college.
(b) To see the big city.
(c) Morecambe guest house.
(d) To Katy's parents.
2. What does Jean say of the collector of curios?
(a) All of the above.
(b) He lives in a derelict railway station with a video of trains.
(c) He is the original living dead.
(d) He surrounds himself with dead things.
3. What does the raven warn Winnet will happen if she stays in the place she loves?
(a) She will find herself destroyed by grief.
(b) She will be protected by the people that have always known her.
(c) She will lose her power.
(d) The sorcerer will torment her.
4. Which of the following is a belief held by Jean's mother?
(a) Preaching is a man's role and innappropriate for women.
(b) Jean's "demon" stemmed from her inability to realize the limitations of her sex.
(c) Women have important missionary work.
(d) All of the above.
5. What does Jean call treating the past with objective respect?
(a) A sham.
(b) Absolutely necessary.
(c) An idiot's pursuit.
(d) The only path to self awareness.
6. What happens to Winnet at the sorcerer's castle?
(a) She realizes she was born for this life.
(b) She learns the sorcerer is not evil.
(c) She grows very powerful.
(d) She forgot who she was and how she came to be there.
7. What is the meeting of the Sisterhood like when Jean shows up after her second affair?
(a) Tense and awkward.
(b) Solid guidance.
(c) Unchanged from usual.
(d) Supportive and loving.
8. Which of the following best characterizes the way Jean sees the past?
(b) A tool.
(c) A parable.
9. What does Jean compare history to?
(a) A string full of knots.
(b) Fairy tales.
(c) A religious text.
(d) Our own personal past.
10. According to Jean, what cannot be found?
(b) True love.
(c) Absolute truth.
(d) Purity of emotion.
11. What does the sorcerer do for Winnet to help her feel safe dining with him?
(a) He tells her details of her own life.
(b) He draws a chalk circle with a little gap in it for her to step into and then close.
(c) He gives her the source of his power.
(d) He tells her his name.
12. What does Jean say about the past?
(a) The lens to see it can be tinted and tilted and smashed.
(b) It is only malleable where once it was flexible.
(c) Once it could change its mind, now it can only undergo change.
(d) All of the above.
13. What happens at Elsie's funeral?
(a) Jean tries to keep her presence unknown.
(b) The man who runs the funeral home needs her help serving.
(c) All the above.
(d) The church group sees her at dessert and storms out.
14. What does Jean tell the church?
(a) She was weak and the demon repossessed her.
(b) Her love affair with Melanie never ended.
(c) Love is never a sin.
(d) She would always love women.
15. 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.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does she advise you to do if you want to keep your own teeth?
2. What are Jean and Melanie accused of during the sermon?
3. What do Jean's mother and the pastor argue about?
4. What does Jean's mother do after Jean has repented?
5. Where does Jean go right after repenting and being released from her lockdown?
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