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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Who is Rachel?
(a) Louie's cousin.
(b) Sam's first wife.
(c) Louie's aunt.
(d) Henny's sister.

2. What does Louie do when Henny is in her special place?
(a) Goes looking to bring her back.
(b) Cooks for the children.
(c) Keeps the children away from her.
(d) Gathers the children around her.

3. What is Louie like when her parents are around?
(a) Manipulative and squirrelly.
(b) Loving and friendly.
(c) Introverted and shy.
(d) Strict and overbearing.

4. How does the narrator characterize Henny Pollit?
(a) Introverted.
(b) Nervous and lively.
(c) Tyrannical.
(d) Subdued.

5. Who is Josephine Pollit?
(a) Sam's mother.
(b) Sam's older sister.
(c) Sam's cousin.
(d) Sam's aunt.

6. Who is Archie Lessinum?
(a) Old Ellen's son-in-law.
(b) Henny's cousin.
(c) A housekeeper at Monocacy.
(d) Henny's old boyfriend.

7. How does Henny use the friend she meets in Washington D.C.?
(a) As a stimulant.
(b) As a minister.
(c) As a sounding board.
(d) As a comforter.

8. How does Henny say she thinks of Louie?
(a) As a brat.
(b) As a gift.
(c) As a burden.
(d) As an angel.

9. Where does Nellie say Louie is going to go?
(a) Prison.
(b) High school.
(c) Monocacy.
(d) Reform school.

10. Who is Hazel Moore?
(a) Henny's father's mistress.
(b) The housekeeper at Monocacy.
(c) The gardener at Monocacy.
(d) The steward at Monocacy.

11. What does Norman Collyer tell Henny her trouble is?
(a) She never makes any mistakes.
(b) She only thinks of other people.
(c) She has never had to pay for her mistakes.
(d) She never thinks of anyone but herself.

12. What is Louie like when her parents are gone?
(a) Manipulative and squirrelly.
(b) Benevolent and fun.
(c) Introverted and shy.
(d) Strict and overbearing.

13. What is Beulah's family business?
(a) Selling dry goods.
(b) Selling produce and farm products.
(c) Butchering chickens.
(d) Selling horses and cattle.

14. What does Henny say she would like to do to Sam?
(a) Kill him.
(b) Befriend him.
(c) Reward him for his hard work.
(d) Confess to him.

15. How does Sam contrast his relationship with the children with Henny's relationship?
(a) He doesn't know them at all, whereas she knows them intimately.
(b) He is less protective of the children.
(c) He tries to teach them, but she doesn't.
(d) He is friendly with them, whereas she treats them all like enemies.

Short Answer Questions

1. How does the narrator characterize the Pollit children?

2. What does Nellie teach Louie?

3. Why does Henny like going to Washington D.C.?

4. How does the narrator characterize the relationship between Henny and her friend?

5. Why doesn't Henny do what she would like to do to Sam?

(see the answer keys)

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