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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 kind of effort does Jean put into fitting in at school?
(a) Jean tries to dress fashionably to be accepted.
(b) She doesn't care and can't wait to leave.
(c) She establishes good relationships with the teachers but not the kids.
(d) She tries very hard but can't get the hang of it.
2. What does Jean assume when she first senses hearing loss?
(a) It's normal.
(b) She is getting old.
(c) She is in a state of rapture.
(d) God is smiting her.
3. How does Jean get a job washing glasses at Tricketts?
(a) The owner heard her preach.
(b) Her mother agrees she'll do it with the waitress.
(c) She offers to help out when they are too busy.
(d) She applies behind her mother's back.
4. Which of the following is something Jean's mother routinely is likely to say first thing to her on Sundays?
(a) The Lord is good.
(b) What sort of tea is this?
(c) Who was the oldest man in the Bible?
(d) All of the above.
5. What does Melanie do at the end of her fist service at Jean's church?
(a) Throws up.
(b) Asks for forgiveness in front of the whole congregation.
(c) Invites Jean out to lunch.
(d) Reluctantly agrees to come to another.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jean help do one year when they go to Morecambe?
2. What schedule do Jean's parents keep at home?
3. What does Jean usually do to the Brillo pad monkey in the collage at Elsie's when she plays with it?
4. What does the woman at the vermin shop give Jean?
5. What does Jean discover when she reads the book JANE EYRE?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the food metaphor the author uses to describe hearing about an event from various sources.
2. Who invites Jean to go to the seaside? What happens and why does her mother not let her?
3. What is it like for Winnet living in the village? Why does she decide she has to leave?
4. What is the point the author makes using the pilgrim fathers in her chapter entitled Deuteronomy?
5. 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."
6. What kinds of stories does Jean's mother tell her while the walk on Sundays? Give some examples.
7. What makes Jean's mother aware of what is happening between Jean and Melanie?
8. What do the pastor and her mother pinpoint as the culprit for Jean's sexuality?
9. What does the perfect girl the prince finds tell him?
10. In an attempt to fit in at school, what does Jean change about her art projects? How does that go?
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