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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. How many students are in the classroom with Vivian at her new school when she lives with the Grotes?
2. What does Molly say that her raven charm is supposed to protect the wearer from in Section 3?
(a) White men.
(c) Black magic.
3. Who is the man that drives the kids to school from the country road that Vivian walks to from the Grotes' home?
(a) Mr. Post.
(b) Mr. Byrne.
(c) Mr. Reed.
(d) Mr. Uhrig.
4. What does Vivian's teacher say she looks like when she returns to school with her hair short after the incident with lice at the Grotes home?
(a) A nun.
(b) A boy.
(c) A flapper.
(d) A convict.
5. What kind of animal does Lori remind Molly of, according to the narrator in Section 3?
(a) A raccoon.
(b) A ferret.
(c) A squirrel.
(d) A turtle.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Mrs. Grote's first name in the novel?
2. What last name do Dina and Ralph have in the novel?
3. What is the name of the maid at the Nielsens' home?
4. How old was Mrs. Nielsen when she married Mr. Nielsen?
5. Who is the author of the poem that is cited in Section 3 with the lines, "Flow gently, sweet Afton, among thy green braes. / Flow gently, I'll sing thee a song in thy praise"?
Short Essay Questions
1. What assignment is Molly given in her American History class in Section 3? How does Molly intend to approach the assignment?
2. What leads up to Vivian's dismissal from the Grotes' home in Section 3? When does this occur?
3. What are the psychological impacts on Vivian from her experiences at the Grotes' home?
4. What are the benefits that both Molly and Vivian incur as a result of Vivian's stories in Section 4?
5. What similarities between Vivian and Molly are illustrated in Section 3?
6. Where does Vivian go after leaving the Grotes' home in Section 4? Who does she ask for help?
7. Who adopts Vivian after she leaves the Byrnes' home in Section 3? What are the motivations of this couple?
8. Who is Molly's social worker? What conversation does Molly have with her social worker in Section 3?
9. What is significant about Molly's defense of the Native Americans in her American History class in Section 4?
10. What leads up to Mr. Sorenson's arrival in Section 3? Why does Mr. Sorenson come to the Byrnes' home?
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