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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What must Winnet do to reach the beautiful city?
(a) Leave everything she knows.
(b) Push her boat out alone into an immense sea she was afraid of.
(c) Learn the ways of boat builders.
(d) All the above.
2. Where does Jean dream she is when she falls asleep?
(a) In a bookshop.
(b) In the city of Lost Chances.
(c) With everyone who can't make the ultimate decision.
(d) All of the above.
3. How much does Jean tell her mother about Melanie?
(a) She hides the friendship entirely.
(b) As much as she could, but not everything.
(c) She only tells things that are absolutely necessary.
(d) She naively tells her absolutely everything.
4. Where does Winnet meet the sorcerer?
(a) Near the river behind her home.
(b) Traveling through a forest.
(c) He appears to her in dreams.
(d) In a town festival.
5. What was Jean's relationship to Katy?
(a) Katy was Jean's proof that she was over women.
(b) Jean had a crush on Katy for years but denied it to herself and everyone.
(c) Katy was her most uncomplicated love affair.
(d) They were close friends in the church.
6. What matters when looking at the past?
(a) That order is seen to prevail.
(b) What curio you are holding.
(c) What you want to see.
7. Who is the boy Winnet makes friends with?
(a) The sorcerer's other apprentice.
(b) A boy from the village.
(c) A stranger from another land.
(d) Another sorcerer.
8. What does Jean find out one day driving the ice cream truck?
(a) Elsie died.
(b) The church has more members than ever.
(c) Her mother had cried for days when she left.
(d) The pastor speaks of her all the time as a warning.
9. Where does Jean go after being accused at church?
(a) To Mrs. Jewsbury's.
(b) Straight home.
(c) To the top of the hill.
(d) To the market where she met Melanie.
10. 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) The sorcerer will torment her.
(c) She will be protected by the people that have always known her.
(d) She will lose her power.
11. When is the last time Jean sees Elsie?
(a) Jean visits her in the hospital early in the morning so she won't run into anyone.
(b) The church holds a wake for Elsie and Jean attends.
(c) Elsie comes out to her ice cream truck to tell Jean she' dying.
(d) Jean spends the night at her side in the funeral parlor.
12. What does Jean say about things that are dead?
(a) All of the above.
(b) There is a certain seductiveness about them.
(c) They don't have the tiresome messiness of live things.
(d) They have all the admirable qualities of life.
13. What does Jean say was a big problem looking at history after the second world war?
(a) The need to generate new stories.
(c) Too many ingrediants.
(d) Not a large enough bowl.
14. Which of the following best characterizes the way Jean sees the past?
(a) A parable.
(d) A tool.
15. What was the Awful Occasion?
(a) The time Jean's parents nearly separated.
(b) When Jean first realized she was involved in "unnatural passions".
(c) The time Jean's real mother came to claim her.
(d) The day Melanie left Jean.
Short Answer Questions
1. What advice is Jean trying to give us at the end of the chapter titled Deuteronomy?
2. What does Jean say of the collector of curios?
3. What does the pastor identify as the root cause of the problem with Jean?
4. What is the first thing that happens in the chapter titled Judges?
5. What is the competition the sorcerer and Winnet use to determine her future?
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