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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. Why does Henny like going to Washington D.C.?
(a) She can watch the rich people and envy them.
(b) She can buy things she can't get at home.
(c) She can hide the fact that she is poor.
(d) She can pretend to be rich.
2. Who is Beulah?
(a) Louie's cousin.
(b) Henny's sister.
(c) Sam's first wife.
(d) Louie's mother.
3. What is the house like when Sam arrives home?
(b) Bubbling with children.
(d) Seething with resentments.
4. What is Josephine Pollit's role in the Pollit family?
(a) Lovable nuisance.
(d) Prodigal daughter.
5. What makes Sam a hero to his department?
(a) He is appointed to an Anthropological Mission.
(b) His data proved a theory.
(c) He received an award for Field Biology.
(d) He located an intact specimen of an extinct species.
Short Answer Questions
1. When does Henny say she was tricked?
2. What do the children do when Henny arrives home?
3. What do Sam and Henny argue about when they consider Sam's departure?
4. Why did Henny look very theatrical when she stared off into the distance?
5. What does Josephine Pollit tell the children?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do the two trips, to Harper's Ferry and to Monocacy, show us different sides of Louie's character?
2. How does Henny get reprieve from the children at Tohoga House?
3. Describe Josephine Pollit's arrival at Tohoga House.
4. What does Louie do at Beulah's house?
5. What does Henny complain about to Bert Anderson?
6. Describe the opening scene of 'The Man Who Loved Children'.
7. What does Bert Anderson tell Henny?
8. What do Louie and Nellie discuss when Henny and the children get to Monocacy?
9. How does Henny characterize the difference between herself and Sam?
10. Compare and contrast Louie with Henny's brother Barry.
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