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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. What does Jean help do one year when they go to Morecambe?
(a) Play the tambourine for Pastor Spratt.
(b) Calculate the number of heathen in England.
(c) Mail pamphlets to the unholy.
(d) Make wreaths for a boarding school where there had been an epidemic.

2. What is the moral of the story of the prince and the woman?
(a) Perfection is unobtainable.
(b) Perfection should always be strived for.
(c) Perfection is not flawlessness, but balance.
(d) The desire for perfection makes you evil.

3. What reasons are given when adults discuss why Jean doesn't answer anyone?
(a) Jean is in a state of rapture.
(b) Jean is seven, which is a holy number, and strange things happen in sevens.
(c) All of the above.
(d) The Lord works in mysterious ways.

4. What does Jean's mother always say about oranges?
(a) They are sent from God.
(b) They are the only fruit.
(c) They are not the only fruit.
(d) They keep you from getting sick.

5. How does Melanie end up coming to a church service at Jean's church?
(a) Jean asks her to come over a baked potato.
(b) She wanders in by coincidence.
(c) She is looking for Jean.
(d) Her mother is a friend of Elsies and takes her.

Short Answer Questions

1. What is Jean's response when her mother informs her that if Jean doesn't go to school she'll go to jail?

2. What gift does Elsie give Jean?

3. How does Jean get a job washing glasses at Tricketts?

4. What job does Jean end up getting from the wreath-making friend?

5. What is one technique Jean's mother uses in the Society for the Lost?

Short Essay Questions

1. Why does Jean's mother tell Jean the story of her and Pierre? What does she hope to accomplish?

2. 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."

3. What is Jean's experience with the visiting pastor, Pastor Finch?

4. Who is the prince in the story, and what does he believe he wants?

5. What does the headmistress call Jean into her office for? Why? What is Jean's response?

6. What are some things Jean's mother did for the Society for the Lost? Was she effective?

7. Describe the incident of the mac and its replacement.

8. Why don't Melanie and Jean think that what they share is what the pastor labels as "unnatural passion"?

9. What happened in sewing class when the class worked on cross stitching projects?

10. How does her mother tell the story of Jean's adoption?

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