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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 does Sarah explain to Emily in Part 1:Chapter 2 when they are eating Popsicles?
(a) Sarah teaches Emily how to play tennis.
(d) She teaches her how to sew.
2. Why does Emily not finish her article she is working on in Part 2: Chapter 2?
(a) She wants to write a book instead.
(b) She loses interest.
(c) Her typewriter breaks.
(d) She is not confident in her writing.
3. What type of company does Emily work for?
(a) A food magazine.
(b) A state newspaper.
(c) The locals news station.
(d) A makeup company.
4. On which holiday does Emily eavesdrop on her parents?
(b) Valentine's Day.
5. Who is Tony Wilson?
(a) The upstairs neighbor's son.
(b) Sarah's boss.
(c) The mayor.
(d) A local celebrity.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Emily frightened of when Sarah tells her she is going to a game?
2. Who is the first character mentioned in The Easter Parade?
3. Who does Jack believe is his rival?
4. What does Emily explain to the neighborhood children?
5. Where is Sarah when she is injured when Pookie leaves her with a neighbor?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Part 1: Chapter 2, why is Emily scolded for being childish?
2. What is Sarah trying to write a book about?
3. Describe what happens when Emily and Jack visit Sarah and her family.
4. Describe Andrew and Emily's relationship in Part 1: Chapter 4.
5. Describe Pookie and Emily's visit to the country cottage where Sarah lives in Part 1: Chapter 3.
6. How can all of the writers as characters be described in Part 2: Chapter 2?
7. What are the negative effects of choosing an authorial voice versus a character as narrator?
8. In Part 1: Chapter 3, Emily decides to go to a movie alone. What happens instead?
9. Do Emily and Andrew have a happy marriage?
10. There are several references to alcohol and alcoholism in Part 1: Chapters 3 and 4. What are some of those references?
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