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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. How many children do William and Margaret have?
2. Who did Abigail's father quote after the World War II started in 1939?
(a) Franklin D. Roosevelt.
(b) Rupert Brooks.
(c) Winston Churchill.
(d) Percy Shelley.
3. Who goes out on the nights of the new moon to look for a hoop snake?
(a) Crissy and Robert.
(b) Robert and Abigail.
(c) Nina and Crissy.
(d) Abigail and Nina.
4. According to Abigail, in what animal is her grandfather most interested?
5. Where does Abigail go on vacation after graduating from high school?
(b) New York City.
(c) The West.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who mentions that Abigail flounces out of the house?
2. When does Abigail tell her grandfather that she's getting married?
3. Two African American children, six and seven years old, arrived at the Howland kitchen door on Sunday afternoon. What did everyone call these children?
4. Where do the newly married Tollivers honeymoon?
5. What realization does Margaret come to after the move to higher ground during the spring floods?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Abigail remember about family vacations?
2. How does Margaret behave after her children leave for boarding school?
3. What does Abigail remember about the first part of her life?
4. Explain why the townspeople are angry at the grandfather for not bringing his daughter's body home for burial from Santa Fe?
5. How long does the great-grandmother's funeral last?
6. Without medical help, one of the children could died from pneumonia. What do the Howlands do?
7. Describe the only act of affection between her grandfather and Margaret that Abigail witnesses.
8. What does Margaret's first bedroom at the Howland home look like?
9. How does Margaret know that spring has come in the Book of Margaret?
10. What's the story of Cousin Francine's marriages?
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