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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. Who invites Jean to go to the seaside?
(a) Two unmarried women who run a comic shop.
(b) The family next door.
(c) The gypsies.
(d) None of the above.
2. How successful are Jean's art projects at school?
(a) Nobody understands them.
(b) Rejected due to content.
(c) Praised because of her effort in them.
(d) Teachers are obliged to recognize their technical superiority.
3. What does Jean's mother worry about?
(a) That Jean would find out she is Pierre's child.
(b) That Jean would get carried away by passions.
(c) That Jean might not make a good missionary.
(d) That Jean was spending too much time with Graham.
4. What does Jean's mother call the public school?
(a) The breeding ground.
(b) The mill of brainwashing.
(c) The corrupter of children.
(d) The devils work.
5. What does Jean's mother tell Jean about her experience with Pierre?
(a) She learned men are not to be trusted.
(b) It was the only time she felt love.
(c) What she thought was love ended up being an ulcer.
(d) She nearly succombed to a life of sin.
Short Answer Questions
1. What job does Jean end up getting from the wreath-making friend?
2. Why is the paper shop "forbidden" and its owners talked about?
3. What is the moral of the story of the prince and the woman?
4. What does Jean have to remind her not to cut corners?
5. What kind of effort does Jean put into fitting in at school?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who invites Jean to go to the seaside? What happens and why does her mother not let her?
2. In an attempt to fit in at school, what does Jean change about her art projects? How does that go?
3. Who does Jean eventually get a Saturday job from? What does she do?
4. What happened in sewing class when the class worked on cross stitching projects?
5. Describe a typical Sunday in Jean's home.
6. What kinds of stories does Jean's mother tell her while the walk on Sundays? Give some examples.
7. How does Jean make friends with Melanie?
8. What does the prince write about perfection?
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. Describe the dream Jean has again and again about marriage.
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