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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. In the letter Lark finds in the Hobo Jungle, to whom is Earl Samson writing?
(a) Mr. Johnson.
2. What kind of soup does Mr. Wendell give Lark?
(d) Chicken noodle.
3. What does Lark call the German woman who lives next door to Aunt Betty?
(a) Witch Hazel.
(b) Wanda Kraus.
(c) Wanda McClure.
(d) Witch Kraus.
4. Which of the following is not part of the dinner the family shares as the story opens?
5. Where does Lark believe Marjorie Ann went after her death?
(c) To Jesus' side.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who lives in the upstairs portion of the depot?
2. When does Maria say she'll come visit Aunt Betty?
3. What is the sound that wakes Lark from sleep that night?
4. What color is the dress Lark is wearing to Communion Class?
5. What is Papa doing as the story opens?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where does Mama tell Lark the baby has gone? Where does Lark believe it's gone? Why does Mama slap Lark?
2. What are some of the job opportunities Mama sees but dismisses?
3. Describe the condition of Aunt Betty's house when Lark and Mama arrive.
4. What is Lark's reaction when Mama says she has to sell tickets to the picnic, and what is Mama's response?
5. What does Lark believe will happen to the baby? Why does she believe this? What does she believe will be her role in the delivery?
6. When Grandpa Browning asks Mama if she's crying over the money Papa lost, she lies. What does she say and how is this the same as what Aunt Betty had done to protect Uncle Stan?
7. What is the argument Mama and Papa have about their evening's activities and what does each want the other to do?
8. What makes Stella Wheeler cry during the picnic?
9. What is the basic information included in the letter Lark finds from Earl Samson to Bill?
10. How is the laundry done while Mama and Lark are visiting Aunt Betty?
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