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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. When does Jess realize that the male hormone treatments are working?
(a) When the waiter gives her the check.
(b) When she can enter the men's bathroom.
(c) When the barber calls her "sir."
(d) When her own mother does not recognize her.
2. How many children does Gloria have?
3. Where does Jess do laundry?
(a) Grand Central Station.
(b) Greyhound Bus Station.
(c) Amtrak Terminal.
(d) The YMCA.
4. Why had Jess ended the relationship with Edna years ago?
(a) Jess just didn't love Edna.
(b) Edna could not fully commit to Jess.
(c) Jess won't ever fall in love.
(d) Jess felt that Jess was not mature enough.
5. Where does Jess spend her first night in New York City?
(a) Bus station.
(b) All-night laundromat.
(c) All-night movie theatre.
Short Answer Questions
1. What medication is Jess given after her breast reduction surgery?
2. Jess gets into the asylum by posing as Butch Al's ___________.
3. How much money does Jess have when she arrives in New York City?
4. What surgery can Jess now afford?
5. Which former girlfriend does Jess meet again in Chapter 18?
Short Essay Questions
1. What precipitates Jess' move to New York City?
2. Describe Jess' life after she arrives in New York City and realizes she cannot stay in the apartment with no lock on the door.
3. What is the role of food in Chapter 22?
4. Describe Jess' mental process as she is about to inject the male hormones.
5. Why is Jess confused about Grant's reasons to take male hormones?
6. Ruth paints Jess' bedroom that serves as a metaphor for who they are. Describe what it is and why it is a metaphor.
7. What role does Jess take on with the union and what is her motivation?
8. How does Duffy inadvertently lose Jess' job for her at the plant?
9. Why does Edna say that Jess is a "granite" butch?
10. What is the dilemma Jess faces regarding identification?
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