|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How do the faces of Granny’s children appear to her toward the end of the story?
(a) Fading in and out
(b) Sharp and clear
(c) Drifting away
(d) Fuzzy and hazy
2. As Granny moves toward death, how does she describe the way her thoughts are going?
(a) Dipping in and out of memory
(c) Round and round
(d) Speeding past
3. If John came back, who would he look for?
(a) A young woman with fair complexion and unwrinkled skin
(b) A young woman with dark hair
(c) A young woman with a Spanish comb in her hair and a painted fan
(d) A young woman with small children
4. What does Granny pull out from her dress?
(a) New Testament
(d) Book of Psalms
5. How many times has Granny told Cornelia that lying in bed stops circulation?
Short Answer Questions
1. After the birth of a child, how long did it usually take Granny to be well again?
2. As Granny thinks and tries to nap, how does she describe the day?
3. What is the temperature of what Cornelia puts on Granny when she checks on her?
4. How old is Granny?
5. Who does Granny believe cleared a straight road to God for her?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Hapsy interact with Granny?
2. What did one of men do when Granny learned her groom was not coming?
3. As Granny considers the day she was jilted, how does she describe how the day changed once the bridegroom didn’t show?
4. What would Granny say to John if she could see him again?
5. How did Granny think of John, and why has her view of him changed?
6. How does Granny like to have everything?
7. What does Granny think about losing things?
8. What does Granny request from Cornelia after drowsing for a while and why?
9. After Dr. Harry leaves in the morning, what sounds does Granny hear?
10. After Dr. Harry leaves in the morning, what does Granny think of while she lays and drowses?
This section contains 672 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)