A Taste of Honey Test | Lesson Plans Mid-Book Test - Hard

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Mid-Book Test - Hard

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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 Jo's boyfriend's plan for the evening when they part?

2. Why does Helen not go to the picture show anymore?

3. What has Jo's boyfriend been carrying for her?

4. What does Helen tell Peter she is giving up?

5. What instrument does Jo's boyfriend joke that his father played?

Short Essay Questions

1. How does Jo pay for the apartment?

2. Is Helen sensitive about being older than Peter?

3. How does Geof know the drawings belong to Jo?

4. Why has Helen returned to the apartment?

5. Does Jo think she loved her boyfriend?

6. What school does Helen offer to pay for Jo to attend?

7. Why is Helen in ill health?

8. What is Helen's main complaint about Jo?

9. Why is Jo opposed to breastfeeding?

10. How does Peter feel about Jo in the first scene?

Essay Topics

Essay Topic 1

Why does Jo ultimately sleep with Jimmie? Does Helen's abandonment at Christmastime contribute to Jo's rebellion? Does Jo really love Jimmie, or is she lashing out at Helen? She seems to know she and Jimmie are only going to last for a short time. Why does she continue with the relationship?

Essay Topic 2

Geof, while ultimately overpowered by Helen, is a very complex character. Do a character study on Geof, examining his motives, actions, statements, and reactions, specifically in regards to his relationship to Jo. Why does he wilt so easily around Helen? Why does he allow a drunken Peter to insult and berate him?

Essay Topic 3

Though Jo outwardly despises Helen much of the time, she is also desperate for Helen's attention. How does she attempt to get attention from Helen? Can some of her bratty behavior be attributed to needing Helen's love? Is Helen entirely obtuse when it comes to Jo's attention deprivation, or does she simply choose not to notice?

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