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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 it like for Jean when Melanie visits and kisses her goodbye?
(a) She is repulsed by the thought.
(b) She is overwhelmed with longing.
(c) She feels close to God.
(d) She feels nothing.
2. Which of the following best characterizes a belief held by Jean's mother?
(a) All of the above.
(b) Everyone had a choice to be saved or fall to the devil.
(c) Everyone made themself and people what they wanted.
(d) Jean's sexuality was a wilfull act to sell her soul.
3. How does Jean characterize a story heard from various perspectives?
(a) A seamless wonder.
(b) A vegetable and cream, pureed together.
(c) A stew with various ingrediants.
(d) A sandwich laced with mustard of her own.
4. What must Winnet do to reach the beautiful city?
(a) Leave everything she knows.
(b) Push her boat out alone into an immense sea she was afraid of.
(c) Learn the ways of boat builders.
(d) All the above.
5. What does Jean's mother say of Jean's sexuality?
(a) She was hopelessly lost to God.
(b) It was because her father was indecisive.
(c) It was bad genes.
(d) She brought evil into the church.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jean say about things that are dead?
2. According to the chapter, Deuteronomy, what is time?
3. Who is the boy Winnet makes friends with?
4. How much does Jean tell her mother about Melanie?
5. According to Jean, what do people often use history for?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe how the author describes Pol Pot in relation to history in the chapter entitled Deuteronomy.
2. Where does Melanie go, and with whom, after being accused at church? What happens?
3. How does Winnet end up living with the sorcerer and believing she is his daughter?
4. What happens when Jean finally returns home after being accused by the pastor in church?
5. What is the point the author makes using the pilgrim fathers in her chapter entitled Deuteronomy?
6. Describe the food metaphor the author uses to describe hearing about an event from various sources.
7. What does Jean tell the pastor and elders of her church when they return after locking her up? Is she sincere?
8. What does Jean tell the church to protect Katy?
9. How and when are Melanie and Jean ousted to the church? What happens?
10. What do the pastor and her mother pinpoint as the culprit for Jean's sexuality?
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