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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. Where does Julia typically have her daydreams?
2. To what city does Uncle John and Celia wish to send Julia to see a doctor?
3. How does Richard respond to Julia's news that she is being sent away.
4. After planning the crops for the year, how much of the harvest will be sold at a fair price to the villagers?
5. How does Grandmamma Havering expect a wife to act to her husband?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does it come to pass that Richard strikes Julia with his riding crop?
2. What recurring dream does Julia have as an adult?
3. How does Richard respond to the news that Julia is going to be sent away?
4. What does Julia see while swimming with Clary in the river?
5. What dream does Julia have that prompts her to go and speak to the village people?
6. How does Julia respond to being asked to orchestrate the planting of an apple orchard?
7. How does Julia feel about having meeting and having to visit with Dr. Phillips?
8. How do the villagers respond after hearing Julia's dream?
9. How does Celia respond to starting a school for the village children.
10. What is the reaction to Uncle John catching Julia gardening?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Throughout the novel, many characters act sacrificially for the benefit of other. Choose one sacrificial character, describe their actions, and explain the impact that their sacrificial actions have on the other characters in the novel.
Essay Topic 2
As children, Julia is in love with her cousin Richard and cannot imagine a life without him. Describe the way that Julia treats Richard in their childhood and compare and contrast this treatment with her treatment of him as an adult.
Essay Topic 3
Richard and Julia were raised on Wideacre in seeming bliss.
Part 1) Compare and contrast the childhood that both of these children experience.
Part 2) Explain the meaning that Wideacre had to each child as they progress into adulthood.
Part 3) Explain why these two children, who were raised on the same land, grow into such polarized adults.
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