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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Jean's dream of getting married, who is her husband?
(a) The man from the post office.
(b) All of the above.
(c) Her mother.
(d) A pig.
2. What happens when the pastor talks about how full of spirit Jean is while he is preaching?
(a) Her deafness and lack of a response convinces everyone of her modesty.
(b) Jean decides she is fit to become a missionary.
(c) Everyone notices Jeans lack of response and realize she's deaf.
(d) Jean decides to stop feeding things to lions when she plays.
3. What does Jean overhear her mother say about the people that invited her to the seashore?
(a) They dealt in unnatural passions.
(b) They abducted children.
(c) They drank.
(d) They were unholy.
4. Which of the following best describes the religious zeal of Jean's mother?
(a) Old Testament.
(c) Love and pacifism.
(d) A Sunday believer.
5. What gift does Elsie give Jean?
(a) A pillow with inspirational sayings on it.
(b) A flute.
(c) A book about independent thinking.
(d) Three mice in a box painted like "the fiery furnace".
Short Answer Questions
1. What story does the telling of Jean's own beginnings parallel?
2. How does Jean get along with the other kids at school?
3. How does Melanie end up coming to a church service at Jean's church?
4. What does Jean's mother call the public school?
5. On Melanie's first visit to Jean's church, who is the only one that sits out of the dancing and music making of Pastor Finch's new song?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe a typical Sunday in Jean's home.
2. What happens the first time Melanie goes to Jean's church?
3. What happened in sewing class when the class worked on cross stitching projects?
4. What is the story of the sensitive princess?
5. In an attempt to fit in at school, what does Jean change about her art projects? How does that go?
6. Summarize the story of Jean's mother and Pierre.
7. When she is young and still trying to understand men and marriage, what is Jean's general opinion of men? Where does it come from?
8. What does the perfect girl the prince finds tell him?
9. Explain why this statement is relevant to Jean's predicament at school: "What constitutes a problem is not the thing, or the environment where we find the thing, but the conjunction of the two."
10. What does the prince write about perfection?
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