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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who has Mother Lovejoy transfered her affection to now that Philip has passed?
2. Who does Mollie blame for Philip's death?
3. Who informs Philip that Mollie is prepared to leave?
(a) Mother Lovejoy
4. What does Philip now see love and nature to be?
(a) A struggle
(c) Fleeting happiness
(d) Pure joy
5. What does Philip say to Paris regarding his feelings towards his relationship with Mollie?
(a) He cannot live without her
(b) He wants to marry her
(c) He knows Mollie is too scared to leave him
(d) He wants the family to grow
6. How does Mollie react to Paris's "square root of wonderful?"
(a) She hugs Paris and John
(b) She is happy
(c) She laughs
(d) She does not understand
7. How does Mollie describe the memory of Philip?
8. What does John talk about that brightens the mood of both Mollie and Paris?
(a) The fate of the farm
(b) The love and support of Sister
(c) The memory of Philip
(d) Their new house and life together
9. Where does Philip tell Paris he intends to go with him?
(a) Somewhere neither of them has been
(b) Out of the country
(c) To the city
(d) Up north
10. What is the story that John tells when relating to Paris's story regarding his father?
(a) A sailor who was sad
(b) A sailor who killed himself
(c) A sailor who kept pulling down John with him
(d) A sailor that drowned himself
11. What does the color of Philip's face represent?
12. What subject does John have a penchant for?
13. What has Philip done to convince Mollie that he loves her?
(a) Everything he can
(b) Threatened her
(c) Become enraged with passion over her
(d) Used his son to get to her
14. What color is Philips face?
15. Where are Paris and his mother moving to?
(a) New York City
(b) Brookyn Yard
(c) Bronx Village
(d) Brooklyn Heights
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does John think Mollie must choose to save from a similar fate as Philip?
2. What was Mollie thinking at the moment of Philip's death that, because of their strong connection, she knows Philip knew about?
3. How does Mother Lovejoy show that Paris is now the one she will love the most?
4. What does the covered furniture symbolize?
5. What literary device is John's story of his struggle to save the drowning sailor best described as?
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