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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Scarlett doing to Halley that she has never done before?
2. What does Halley reflect on when Macon heads toward the parking lot full of long-haired guys?
3. What promise did Ginny break?
4. What seems to be the problem with mowing Halley's family's lawn?
5. Why does Halley forgive Scarlett for the amount of time she spends with Michael and not with her?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Scarlett say about her judgments of Marion's boyfriends?
2. What does Halley think about things between her and Macon since they went to the dam together?
3. What happened when Scarlett and Michael had sex and why wasn't Scarlett worried?
4. What does Halley's mother bring her as a peace offering from her father?
5. How do Scarlett and Halley meet and also become friends?
6. How does Marion react to Scarlett's news that she is pregnant?
7. What happens when Macon comes to visit Halley at the market where she works?
8. What happens while Halley is waiting to talk to the counselor about her schedule and how does this make Halley feel?
9. Where does Macon take Halley and what does he let her do on the way there?
10. What does Halley wonder in regard to Scarlett and the baby and about her in regard to Macon?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
How does Halley and Scarlett's friendship demonstrate strength throughout the novel? In what ways does it show weakness? Which of the two of them seems to be the strongest character and why?
Essay Topic 2
Do you believe this would be helpful for all teens to read? Why or why not? In what ways has this novel helped you? If it has not helped you in any way, why do you think this is the case?
Essay Topic 3
Why do you believe Halley was drawn to the character of Macon? Do you think this relationship would have happened had Scarlett not become pregnant? Why or why not?
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