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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 is the boy Winnet makes friends with?
(a) The sorcerer's other apprentice.
(b) A boy from the village.
(c) Another sorcerer.
(d) A stranger from another land.
2. Which of the following best characterizes a belief held by Jean's mother?
(a) Everyone had a choice to be saved or fall to the devil.
(b) Jean's sexuality was a wilfull act to sell her soul.
(c) All of the above.
(d) Everyone made themself and people what they wanted.
3. What does Jean's mother do after Jean has repented?
(a) Tells her about her own affair with another woman.
(b) Signs Jean up for missionary school.
(c) Burns all the cards and pictures that would remind Jean of Melanie.
(d) Takes a more personal interest in Jean's day to day life.
4. Where does Jean go right after repenting and being released from her lockdown?
(a) To the employment office to be able to move.
(b) To the top of the hill to think alone.
(c) To find Melanie.
(d) To church to pray.
5. What does the raven warn Winnet will happen if she stays in the place she loves?
(a) She will lose her power.
(b) She will be protected by the people that have always known her.
(c) The sorcerer will torment her.
(d) She will find herself destroyed by grief.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jean's mother say of Jean's sexuality?
2. What does Jean envision her mother wishing for as she waits in her room?
3. Who does Jean say history is?
4. How are Jean and Katy discovered?
5. What do people do that Jean thinks is folly?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe how the author describes Pol Pot in relation to history in the chapter entitled Deuteronomy.
2. According to the chapter Deuteronomy what are some ways that people change or deny the past?
3. While Jean is locked up in her mother's house after being accused of loving Melanie at church, who does Jean talk to and what do they say?
4. Describe the food metaphor the author uses to describe hearing about an event from various sources.
5. In what ways might the chapter entitled Deuteronomy apply to Jean's life?
6. Describe the nature and style of the chapter entitled Deuteronomy.
7. What does Jean tell the pastor and elders of her church when they return after locking her up? Is she sincere?
8. What is it like for Winnet living in the village? Why does she decide she has to leave?
9. What makes Jean's mother aware of what is happening between Jean and Melanie?
10. Who is a friend to Jean after she is exposed for loving women for the second time? What does she do to help?
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