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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 is Jean unsure how to do?
(a) Make babies.
(b) Tell men from beasts.
(c) Get into a marriage.
(d) Choose a husband.
2. What does the headmistress of the school accuse Jean of?
(a) Terrorizing other children by giving them nightmares about Hell.
(b) Intentionally causing trouble.
(c) Disobeying teachers.
(d) Acting too good for everybody.
3. What does Jean's mother worry about?
(a) That Jean might not make a good missionary.
(b) That Jean would find out she is Pierre's child.
(c) That Jean was spending too much time with Graham.
(d) That Jean would get carried away by passions.
4. What does Mrs. Arkwright tell Jean when she sees her in the market?
(a) She tells Jean to come to her if she needs help.
(b) She tells Jean her mother is a saint.
(c) She tells Jean to stop living by someone else's rules.
(d) She tells Jean her mother is mad.
5. What does Jean find one day when she is looking for a pack of cards?
(a) Her adoption papers.
(b) Pictures of a strange man in her mother's desk.
(c) Love letters between her parents.
(d) The real ending to Jane Eyre.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Jean's attempt to tell her mother about her deafness go?
2. What function does Jean's mother's friend make wreaths for?
3. Which of the following is a tactic that Jean uses to answer her questions about men?
4. What what Jean's mother's response when Jean told her about the marriage dream she had?
5. What does Jean overhear her mother say about the people that invited her to the seashore?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Jean's experience with the visiting pastor, Pastor Finch?
2. When the Society has a special conference in Jean's town, what does Jean's mother make her do? Who does Jean meet there?
3. What are some things Jean's mother did for the Society for the Lost? Was she effective?
4. Why does Jean's mother tell Jean the story of her and Pierre? What does she hope to accomplish?
5. What kinds of stories does Jean's mother tell her while the walk on Sundays? Give some examples.
6. How did Jean's mother get started with the Society for the Lost?
7. Describe Jean's mother.
8. 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?
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. How does her mother tell the story of Jean's adoption?
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