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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who tries to help Jean after she is accused by the pastor?
(b) Jean's father.
(c) Mrs. Jewsbury.
(d) Jean's mother.
2. According to Jean, what do people often use history for?
(a) To keep busy looking at something other than the present.
(b) To not feel lost.
(c) A way of denying the past.
(d) A way of defining self.
3. What are the names of the sorcerer's ravens?
(a) Each one was one of the seven deadly sins.
(b) Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego.
(c) Fate and Destiny.
(d) Faith, Hope, and Charity.
4. What instructions does the pastor give Jean after she refuses to repent?
(a) To recognize the devil.
(b) To go home and wait for them.
(c) To ask God for guidance.
(d) To leave the community.
5. How are Jean and Katy discovered?
(a) Katy confesses everything to the pastor.
(b) Jean announces their love to the whole congregation.
(c) They forgot to lock their door and someone looked in while they were in bed.
(d) Jean's mom finds their letters.
6. When Jean does not repent for the pastor, what does he tell Jean's mother to do?
(a) Kick her out of the house.
(b) Supervise her at all times.
(c) Pray continuously for her.
(d) Lock Jean in her room and not feed her.
7. How much does Jean tell her mother about Melanie?
(a) She naively tells her absolutely everything.
(b) She only tells things that are absolutely necessary.
(c) She hides the friendship entirely.
(d) As much as she could, but not everything.
8. What does the sorcerer do for Winnet to help her feel safe dining with him?
(a) He tells her his name.
(b) He gives her the source of his power.
(c) He tells her details of her own life.
(d) He draws a chalk circle with a little gap in it for her to step into and then close.
9. What does Jean compare history to?
(a) A religious text.
(b) Fairy tales.
(c) Our own personal past.
(d) A string full of knots.
10. What is Winnet's punishment from the sorcerer?
(a) She is turned into a raven.
(b) She has to watch the boy marry and raise a family with another girl.
(c) She has to leave, or tend the goats if she stays.
(d) She is made to forget everyone she loves.
11. What was Jean's relationship to Katy?
(a) Katy was Jean's proof that she was over women.
(b) They were close friends in the church.
(c) Jean had a crush on Katy for years but denied it to herself and everyone.
(d) Katy was her most uncomplicated love affair.
12. Where does Jean go after being accused at church?
(a) To the top of the hill.
(b) To Mrs. Jewsbury's.
(c) Straight home.
(d) To the market where she met Melanie.
13. Where does Jean go right after repenting and being released from her lockdown?
(a) To the employment office to be able to move.
(b) To the top of the hill to think alone.
(c) To church to pray.
(d) To find Melanie.
14. What is Jean's role in the church after she is accused and repents?
(a) She no longer is allowed to preach.
(b) Unchanged. She still preaches.
(c) She is encouraged to preach about her own experience.
(d) She is looked at with joy as the prodigal daughter.
15. What does Jean's mother do after Jean has repented?
(a) Takes a more personal interest in Jean's day to day life.
(b) Tells her about her own affair with another woman.
(c) Burns all the cards and pictures that would remind Jean of Melanie.
(d) Signs Jean up for missionary school.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Jean say history is?
2. Who does Jean find when she returns home after being accused at church?
3. What is it like for Jean when Melanie visits and kisses her goodbye?
4. How is this fifth chapter of ORANGES ARE NOT THE ONLY FRUIT best characterized?
5. How intent is Jean on becoming a missionary?
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