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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. When Julia receives her first letter from James, what does it tell her?
2. What does Ralph predict will someday happen to the land of Wideacre?
3. What does Richard admit to intercepting between James and Julia?
4. Why does Julia state that she has called off her engagement to James?
5. How does Ralph respond when Julia says that she will not announce the name of Clary's killer?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the revelation that Uncle John admits to Julia and Richard after the sickle race?
2. What happens during the sickle race on the last day of the harvest?
3. How does Richard react when he finds out that Julia is pregnant?
4. What happens after Richard demands that Julia dress up for a dinner engagement?
5. After the attack, how does Julia make her way home and what does she tell her family?
6. How does Julia convince her family that it is time for her to return to Wideacre from Bath?
7. What interesting thing does Julia witness at Clary's funeral?
8. What happens during Richard's physical attack against Julia?
9. What happens when Julia encounters Ralph while she is experiencing morning sickness?
10. What do Julia and James witness when they visit the hovel where the slave children live, and what is their response?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Ralph plays a vital role in the plot of this novel. Create a timeline of significant events in Ralph's stay at Wideacre, and explain the impact that Ralph has on the lives of both Julia and Richard.
Essay Topic 2
Richard spends his entire life tormenting Julia. Choose three examples of times that Richard tormented Julia, and explain the impact of his torment on Julia's adult life.
Essay Topic 3
As adults, Julia and Richard learn that they had been raised under a dark lie. Explain the lie that the two had been living under, and the way that the truth directly affects their lives as adults.
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