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Leslie Feinberg
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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. What male characteristic does NOT go away when Jess discontinues male hormones?
(a) Rough hands.
(b) Deep voice.
(c) Narrow hips.
(d) Beard.

2. What major decision does Jess make in Chapter 19?
(a) She buys a new condo.
(b) She has her stomach stapled.
(c) She shaves her head.
(d) She stops taking male hormones.

3. What job does Jess have in New York City?
(a) Waitress.
(b) Librarian.
(c) Mechanic.
(d) Typesetter.

4. Which of the following is NOT true about Jess in New York City?
(a) She has money.
(b) She is lonelier than ever.
(c) She has an attractive place to live.
(d) She meets a new femme.

5. Which of the following is NOT limited to mainstream groups in society?
(a) Assumptions.
(b) Intolerance.
(c) All of these.
(d) Stereotypes.

Short Answer Questions

1. Where does Jess do laundry?

2. What opportunity does Duffy offer Jess?

3. How much money does Jess have when she arrives in New York City?

4. Which one of Jess' friends from the past meets her in Manhattan?

5. What surprise does Ruth have for Jess at the beginning of Chapter 24?

Short Essay Questions

1. What public role does Jess take on in Chapter 26?

2. What is the role of food in Chapter 22?

3. Why does Jess have to guard herself as she moves into the world of men?

4. What happens at a wedding that lets Jess know that she cannot continue a relationship with Annie?

5. What does Ruth inadvertently do to harm Jess' job just as Duffy did years ago and how does Jess respond this time?

6. Describe Jess' life after she arrives in New York City and realizes she cannot stay in the apartment with no lock on the door.

7. Explain the symbolism of Jess' jaw being wired shut after the attack in the subway.

8. Why is Jess confused about Grant's reasons to take male hormones?

9. Ruth paints Jess' bedroom that serves as a metaphor for who they are. Describe what it is and why it is a metaphor.

10. Describe how living in New York City elevates Jess' life in many ways.

(see the answer keys)

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